Comparing Orwell's And Demick

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Orwell’s and Demick’s books explore human’s reactions in a strictly governed environment. It is difficult for mankind to live in a strict world. In 1984 and Nothing to Envy, Winston sees love and the desire for freedom as the “spirit of man,” characteristics both Mi-ran and Winston exhibit.
Winston believes that his government cannot breakthrough “the spirit of Man.” He feels that because he loves Julia, a feeling the government prohibits, he cannot be turned to love the party. Love is an emotion, he believes, that is too powerful for the party to break, and one that everyone should have the freedom to experience. He also recognizes the desire to be free and this proves to be a barrier for the party. [ Man doesn’t want to be used (rephrase)],
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