1984

1984 by George Orwell

Life in the society where leadership curtails freedom of expression, and speech is never in any way enjoyable. A totalitarian society is an example of such a society. Although a totalitarian society provides total control and considerable security for its people, it does deny them their rights and freedom of free expression. In George Orwell’s […]

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Animal Farm by George Orwell

Of all the books written in the history of literature, perhaps Animal farm is among the top of them all that reflect the society in a precise and frank manner. The writer, George Orwell brings the setting of animals, pigs in this context, and places them on a journey of oppression, upraise and eventually liberation […]

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George Orwell

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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The Effects of the Nazi Political Movement on German Visual Arts

In European history, one often hears of the tragedies and violations against humanity caused by the Nazi Party both before and during the Second World War. The Nazi political movement was without a doubt, one of the most dramatic developments of the 20th century. Any exposure of ideas that were not promoted by the Party […]

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Informal language

Almost from the outset of the revision of my previous work, I came to discover the particular tendency I have toward using informal language in formal works. While the structural aspect of the sentences I used were sound and the punctuation acceptable, the diction I chose to use throughout the paper lent an air of […]

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The Serious Danger of Totalitarianism

In writing 1984, Orwell’s main goal was to warn of the serious danger totalitarianism poses to society. He goes to great lengths to demonstrate the terrifying degree of power and control a totalitarian regime can acquire and maintain. In such regimes, notions of personal rights and freedoms and individual thought are pulverized under the all-powerful […]

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Persepolis and Animal Farm Comparrison

In Persepolis, the powerful graphic novel by Marjane Satrapi, and Animal Farm, George Orwell’s eternal satirical fable, both authors use their books to tell stories of the oppression and manipulation of powerful states. Their approach to this similar theme is, however, entirely different. Satrapi’sfirst person narrative employs simplistic diction and black and white comic strips […]

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