George Orwell Book Review by Master Researcher

George Orwell
This paper explores George Orwell's profound novel, "1984," and its relevance today.
# 84844 | 1,125 words | 8 sources | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Literature (General)


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Description:

The paper identifies the key symbols and considerations of George Orwell's profound novel, "1984," which is disturbingly accurate in 2005. The paper maintains that it is evident that the symbols represented in this book are indeed observed in the modern world and Orwell's creativity and intelligence serve as a reminder that this world is under the control of a political machine.

From the Paper:

"Predicting the future is a difficult phenomenon to accomplish for any writer and it is evident that the literary interpretations of future existence in George Orwell's "1984" are that of frustration and total control over all of life's circumstances. The understanding of the life that Orwell predicts is complicated by the consideration that much of the political structure of the nation in question is fueled by untruths and the necessity to obey leaders as if there were no other options available to them. The book describes much of the horror of the modern world, using literary exegesis in different ways, as he provides many references to the depiction of a being that is beyond earthly presentation."

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