George Orwell's '1984': An Analysis

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When positivity and acceptance is a part of this world, a feeling of slight happiness and calmness. Acceptance creates a type of satisfactory feeling makes you proud and confident within yourself. This boosts the emotions to a happier state causing someone to either recover from stressful situations, communicating or just having a better all moods, especially when it comes to love. However, fortunate cannot exist without the unfortunate. For instance love and enmity will always be complete opposites. Negativity will always follow positivity and vice versa no matter how much of exists, one will always outshine the other. In life, everything needs to be balanced. In “1984” a book by George Orwell takes place in a Totalitarian Government, which…show more content…
The party rewrites history in the ministry of truth. Weather they erase something or someone from existence, they also have the power to make their false beliefs true. The society believed in all the events, the party could created/destroyed your own existence and you would not know. For instance, the party could wipe someone’s entire history and the person themselves, the person would not know who they ever were or ever will. The party has a slogan referring to the control of history, “Who controls the past, controls the future: who controls the present controls the past.” (Pg. 34) The party rewrote history in order to reach their goals at a much faster and efficient way, instead of trying to convince the society that certain events happened they just rewrite history in a book, magazine, or anything. To conclude, Totalitarian governments want universal control of society itself. The party has controls the society in multiple ways and seize the freedom from their victims to take advantage of them. In order for the party to reach their political goals they take advantage of the power they gain from society, like brainwashing them with two minutes’ or doublethink. The use of hate can also have some vast advantage since the party watches everyone and makes sure they stay on board with them so that main support of the party will not

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