People should have their own decisions and freedom In addition people should

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should have their own decisions and freedom. In addition, people should not be limited. Further down the timeline of history in 1939 – 1945 when the World War II happened, theworld is undergoing warfare. When the author George Orwell writes Nineteen Eighty – Four, he sees the results from the events during World War II and forecasts the future in comparison. Under the totalitarian government, Nazi Germany holds authorities in hand. During the event of Holocaust, the Nazi posted propaganda across Europe that blames the
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8failure of achieving success is due to the large amount of insignificant people like Jewish,Scottish, Poland and many others (USHMM). The government has absolute power on posting, controlling, and torturing the public. It is what Orwell warns us of the future possibilities of totalitarianism (White 1). The fear for the society is that government is holding too much power, which the public is not being able to interfere. Furthermore, as Orwell predicts the future, during Cold War, the period of supreme power, the governments have done everything to improve the global superpower. Machinery and military have increased to a peak in which machines are value more than people. As whatthe novels portray the future, if we live in the circumstances of absolute authority, then the lives would be miserable and lose. Our freedom and identify will be taken away from our own soul; without a soul, we are not functioning as what we are anymore. The bright future where people are considered significant rather than dehumanized, confused and industrialized. “The ideal society isn’t ultimately connected to ordinary life” (White 1). The novels, Nineteen Eighty-Fourand WE, portrayed the “ideal” future, but do we really want to live in that mono society or we should break the wall to live what we live for?Work Cited
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10Zamyatin, Yevgeny. WE. Trans. Natasha Randell. New York: The Modern Library. 2006. Web
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