Examples Of Non Conformism

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Comparing the ways in which these non-conformists are represented After analyzing the way in which the non-conformists of the two literary works are represented by the authors, it is now vital to compare and contrast the two, in order to build up a more powerful conclusion as a response to our research question by the end of this essay. Both writers try to express the kind of feeling that is experienced by a non-conformist in a society which is controlled through conformity. They both resemble in terms of sacrificing some indispensable human interrelations such as love and friendship, to the cause of unconformity and also destroying some of the most important human qualities to the price of conformity. For instance in the book of Rhinoceros, the love between Daisy and Beranger is totally ignored by Daisy as she gets fooled by the conformity; teased to become like the others, a wild rhinoceros, making life much easier for herself, abandoning Beranger, the one who really loves her, in a world with all its people transformed into Rhinoceroses. The same kind of love being scarified to the cause of conformity can be found in “1984”, when Julia and Winston giving up on each other, under the violent torturing of the government of the Big brother so that they will live the rest of their life under the prescriptions of the Big brother who asks them to be obedient and loyal to the three motifs of the country:…show more content…
In the case of Winston and Julia in 1984, there exists no actual love in the beginning, however as time passes and they get more familiar with each other, the love between them strengthens and they even engage in sexual intercourse. On the other hand in the case of Beranger and Daisy the Love is more of being one sided. This is actually from the side of Beranger who wants to be Daisy’s man, but the same kind of feeling is not seen from Daisy towards Beranger as she simply leave him alone and follow the conformity. There is a more balanced kind of love relationship between Winston and Julia as they tend to be in the same situation throughout the different stages of the plot of the story and stay together until the ending moments of their fantasized freedom, when they get caught by the thought police and then tortured until they surrender to the Big brother, left completely brain…show more content…
, it has been evident that both protagonists Beranger of Rhinoceros and Winston Smith of the 1984 clearly represent the unconventionality in a society overwhelmed by lies and conformity; however the approach through which the two writers George Orwell and Eugene Ionesco use to convey the message of conformity, existing in the communist or fascist societies of 1950s, is quite different from each other in the perspective of storytelling and
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