The Role Of Propaganda In George Orwell's Novel '1984'

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The people are in hunger while the government is full. Posters and chants brainwash the people to believe in things regardless of their personal beliefs. Such phenomena are often observed in communist or totalitarian systems of government and these governments are able to produce such consequences with propaganda.
In his novel, 1984, George Orwell aptly reflects totalitarianism and warning the readers of its dangers. Orwell envisions a fictional world, Oceania, in which the people are screened and society is ruled by an omniscient figure known as ‘Big Brother’. Winston Smith, the protagonist of the novel, is a member of the ruling party of London and is given the role to alter history in the favor of the party. As the member of the party, Winston
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