Evaluation of Freedoms
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This paper examines the frightening society portrayed in Orwell's futuristic novel, "1984".
From the Paper:"In this novel, George Orwell manifests freedom, or the lack of, distinctly to warn of the omnipotence of an anti-utopian society. He tells of the terror that comes when children turn against parents, when language is dissolved, when society is dominated, and when the past is no longer genuine. Winston and Julia and all of Oceania are dismantled of the freedom of live, of privacy, and of hope. No matter how earnestly they tried to change the future, pain, deceit, and betrayal consumed their life. The efforts they made to recover freedom concluded in Big Brother captivating their minds. Even now, while America weeps over the consequences of the past, it should take heed to prepare for the future. "
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