Essay on Nineteen Eighty-Four

Gattaca & 1984 Draft

In both set text the film, Cataract Is a 1996 science fiction film written and directed by Andrew Niccole and The book 1984 written by George Orwell share many similarities although have a vast majority of differences. Cataract is set in a technologically advanced future, which has a disappoints society that strives for a utopian […]

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Animal Farm Narrative

At this extract Orwell is aiming to make some of his points by ridiculing the corruptness of the Animal Farm and how it is being ruled by ‘Comrade Napoleon’. The main idea that is being ridiculed here is that, how Napoleon is made such a strong figure by dramatic speeches and poems written by animals […]

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George Orwellexample

George orwell’s essay a hanging is a piece of non-fiction that is emotionally provocative. It is set in burma during the 1920s and it deals with a raw eyewitness account of an execution that the author witnessed whilst serving as a police officer. He uses all of his creative genius to universalise his thoughts and […]

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What are your feelings about Mr Charrington

Mr Charrington is a fairly old man with a cockney accent whom we meet at the start of 1984. We have many mixed emotions about him as at the start we like him, and by the end we realise he is extremely “two faced”. We first meet Mr Charrington at the start of the book […]

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Aldeous Huxley/Orwel

Alex Mirabito Mr. McBride 5-11-11 97Q3 George Orwell and Aldous Huxley both wrote the own predictions of what the future will be for Americans by writing fiction novels that satirize what the future was going to be. When 1984 arrived and people saw that George Orwells prediction that democracy was still in tact in America […]

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Nineteen Eighty-four and Animal Farm

Animal Farm is a dystopian allegorical novella by George Orwell. The novel addresses not only the corruption of the revolution by its leaders but also how wickedness, indifference, ignorance, greed and myopia destroy any possibility of a Utopia. While this novel portrays corrupt leadership as the flaw in revolution (and not the act of revolution […]

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1984 vs One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

In a totalitarian country, any ordinary citizen’s powers are limited, if at all possible. Although any individual is treated like a part of the society, he has no chances to play a vital role in it. A person is to follow officially dispersed propaganda and obey the rules, which intend to control everything. The totalitarian […]

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Harrison Bergeron Literary Analysis

Kurt Vonnegut Junior’s passage “Harrison and Bergeron” is a brief story written in 1961. It is about Harrison Bergeron, an inmate who is forced to diminish his abilities because they are more enhanced than everyone else’s. When Harrison tries to rebel against the laws of the land, he is shot and killed. “Harrison Bergeron” is […]

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Different Points of View Make Life Interesting

Today’s society is crawling with copious amounts of individualistic personalities. We have such a broad spectrum of opinions and beliefs because we are so much more wide spread than previous years. People are more out-going, more liberal, more independent, and generally more unreserved and outspoken. Different viewpoints, opinions and beliefs enrich our lives by creating […]

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