1984 And One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest Analysis

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Even though Nineteen Eighty-four and One Flew Over The Cuckoo 's Nest differ in their dystopian society, the two novels carry out their rules in a similar fashion. In the novel Nineteen Eighty-four by George Orwell a dysopian society controlled by a totitalitarianism regime called the Big Brother monitors every aspect of the citizens which reside in Oceania. Below Big Brother are the inner party who limits the freedom of speech, communication, personal belief and individuality and controlls thought, action and speech in various ways.
Newspeak is a language the inner party implemented by means of controlling the citizens to prevent them from obtaining individual thought. Newspeak are words and sentenences that are being shortened and some are excluded and thus is a more advanced way of communicating according to the inner party. As Syme states.

The purpose of implementing this rule is to narrow the people`s ability of thinking and to only have language legalized by Big Brother by means of making the people to become more like machines with limits to certain things. Another method the party applies to control thoughts of the citizens of Oceania is through Doublethink.

Doublethink is an imortant tool used by the party and is one of the basis and impenetrable power the party has over the people. Without doublethink, the party`s errors and mistakes whould easily be visible and therefore the people of Oceania would lose their respect for the party likewise Big Brother and would

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