Dehumanization Of Government In 1984 By George Orwell

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In George orwell’s book, 1984 shows a manipulative government that tries to dehumanize its people. Its dehumanizing effects are seen by the control and limitations of the people 's emotions and pleasures. Yet, how can they be stripped of their humanity if the people still feel remorse, love, and as they grow older their subconscious sees how truly imperfect the government is and they try to keep everything functioning by keeping some rules intact and that 's what being human is really about being perfect in the most imperfect way. The way that the history comes into place in this novel and how the character see it shows that rebellion is part of the human nature. Winston is so intrigued by it all and he wants to know more and knowledge
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