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1984 rewrite The idea that Big Brother is everywhere in our modern society is becoming more and more apparent through the use of technology to monitor the population. In George Orwell’s 1984, Big Brother is believed to be everywhere from the use of such technology as Telescreens. The telescreens are a major part of the symbolic meaning that Big Brother instills in the citizens. In the American society every home has at least one television, just as every house in Oceania has at least one telescreen. Home is the ultimate breeding ground for propaganda, and "the party" takes advantage of this opportunity. The telescreen is the eye of Big Brother, just conveniently placed in everyone’s home. With all of the eyes that Big Brother has the people feel that they are constantly being watched, and because they feel that they are constantly being watched they act as though everyone is watching. This feeling that the people have instills the idea of control deep into the soul of man. By doing so Big Brother takes away any other
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