Totally Freedom, And Hippo Henry Orwell's Freedom And Freedom

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Niyazi Nabiyev
Reading and Writing IV
Compare Contrast Essay – Final Draft
20.05.2014

Totally freedom can be described as: “The right, given to people by God, to create their own choices.” You freedom cannot be damaged by any power other than God. Humans can always work out their freedom when selection. However, when their choices come incompatible with the rules set by a greater energy, they might experience repercussions depending on how they select to use their freedom. The more limitations enforced upon someone’s freedom the more limited their capability to create choices become. The level to which someone may work out their freedom can be described as their “freedom.” Therefore, the more rules enforced upon someone’s freedom the more limited their independence. Although no energy, preserve God, can eliminate freedom, they can restrict and even eliminate somebody 's independence. In the article Capturing an
Hippo Henry Orwell claims that, “when the white-colored man changes tyrant it is his own independence that he destroys” (Orwell, 704). Totally freedom is indestructible; an example of Orwell’s devastation of independence but maintenance of freedom is given in his article. In this essay there enough facts about destroying freedom and consequences of this.

According to Orwell his independence was damaged when he took on the part of the tyrant. His job was that of a sub-divisional cops man in Reduced Burma. A

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