1984 By George Orwell: A Literary Analysis

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1984 by George Orwell can be depicted as an assortment of categories; Science Fiction which explores the depths of another universe parallel to our own existence. A Political novel that leaps to the forefront of governmental control. Lastly, a tale of a social Utopia which has desecrated the sacred freedoms of the individual for the false illusion of security for the collective. 1984 is an eerie glimpse as to what the world could had turned out to be...Worse of all, what it could still become. George published 1984 in the year 1949 four years after the second great war. Within his eyes, he saw the red policies of the East conflict with the democratic values of the West. Within this came the imperil of freedom’s demise. This bears the inquiry …show more content…

freedom has always been the precise foundation of our nation's establishment. A quote by Benjamin Franklin himself stated Those who surrender freedom for security will not have, nor do they deserve, either one. He was a avid activist of freedom. He understood that Freedom was essential for the development of a free and just society, which allows any man or woman to voice his opinion without fear of repercussions. Freedom grants the rights of speech, religion, and everlasting happiness within society. Without those, this nation would lose the fabrication of it's original creation. Security at times can be unjust, and will rule out the rights of speech, thus censoring anything that disagrees with it's operators. Security can disassemble peace of mind, creating a society in which people live in paranoia. Certain actions would be regulated in order to secure, and restraint individuals. To grant security the power to dictate social decisions would be to abstain from the wishes of our nation's creators. In the book 1984, Freedom is an absence for the individuals of the Outer and Inner party. Winston himself values freedom in short burst of rebellious ways, such as writing "Down with big brother." and practicing an affair with his coworker, Julia. The proles are granted a certain degree of freedom, but that's because they're not a threat due to their lack of an education, and the distractions of their low quality

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