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George Orwell

1984 by George Orwell

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“1984” is a dystopian novel written by the British author George Orwell. It was published in 1949 and has become one of the most famous and influential works of modern literature. The novel presents a chilling portrayal of a totalitarian society where the government exercises extreme control over every aspect of people’s lives.

Set in the year 1984 (hence the title), the story is set in the fictional superstate of Oceania, ruled by a totalitarian regime led by the enigmatic figure known as Big Brother. The protagonist, Winston Smith, works at the Ministry of Truth, where he falsifies historical records to align with the party’s version of reality. Winston becomes disillusioned with the regime’s manipulation of truth and its suppression of individuality and free thought.

The novel explores themes of surveillance, propaganda, censorship, manipulation of language, and the dehumanizing effects of totalitarianism. One of the central concepts in the novel is “Newspeak,” a controlled language designed to limit freedom of thought by eliminating words and concepts that could lead to dissent or independent thinking.

“1984” has left a profound impact on literature and popular culture due to its stark warning about the dangers of totalitarianism and the erosion of individual freedoms. Phrases such as “Big Brother,” “thoughtcrime,” and “doublethink” have entered the cultural lexicon to describe various aspects of surveillance, government control, and manipulation.

George Orwell’s “1984” continues to be studied, discussed, and referenced for its thought-provoking exploration of power, truth, and the human spirit. It remains a relevant work that resonates with readers as they reflect on the implications of government control, surveillance, and the potential consequences of unchecked authority.


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