Comparison Of Human Nature In George Orwell's Never Let Me Go And 1984

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“Human nature is like water. It takes shape of its container” is a quote beautifully worded by Wallace Stevens about the effect of human nature. Human nature would be the general characteristics that are shared by individuals of certain civilizations. The characteristics mainly consist of feelings, psychology, and behaviours. Although these characteristics may shape up a human being, there are many different many experiences an individual may go through which may result in disputes. In the novel 1984, written by George Orwell and Never Let Me Go, written by Kazuo Ishiguro, readers are shown the ramifications of human nature and the many different ways human nature co-exists in both dystopian novels. 1984 is a well-known dystopian novel that revolves around the protagonist, Winston Smith. Smith faces oppression in Oceania, while being watched by Big Brother, the Ruler of The Party. In 1984, Smith is seen as daring and rebellious throughout. Another comparable dystopian novel is Never Let Me Go. This narrative is about human clones, particularly, Kathy, Tommy and Ruth, and their experiences that are based on their fate. Human nature displays the repercussions of inevitable fate, psychological manipulation and uniformity in both dystopian novels. Human nature are general views that are colored by the influences of people an individual is surrounded by. In Never Let Me Go and 1984, fate is inevitable. Fate is defined as the development of events that are not in an individual’s

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