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1984 totalitarian world


1984 totalitarian world

account it is very easy to see that in Newspeak the expression of unorthodox opinions, above a very low level, was impossible. Generally Newspeak words were divided into three groups: the A,B(also called compound words) and the C who was John Milton? Vocabulary. A story may be narrated in first-person or third-person. War is the economy basis for a hierarchical society.

1984 totalitarian world

Such words for instance as joycamp (forced labour camp) or Minipax (Ministry of Peace in charge of the army meant almost exact opposite of what they appeared to mean. This manipulation is mainly done by the Minitrue (Ministry of Truth where also Winston Smith works. Winston thinks that the Concepts of Magnetotheraphy they must have got him too, but OBrien says that they got him long time ago. But it was generally assumed that in the year 2050 Newspeak would superset Oldspeak, or common English. Apart from Julia and OBrien, and of course Winston, there are no important characters; there is no attempt to crate a range of social behaviour, and the complex personal interactions therein, all traditional concerns of the novel. The narrator is limited omniscient. The Two Minutes Hate, for instance was based on Stalinisms habitual demonization of its enemies and rivals, and the description of Big Brother himself bears a physical resemblance to Stalin. Plot: The plot has three main movements, corresponding with the division of the book in three parts. Also other, non-historical symbols can be found. This was done partly by the invention of new words, but chiefly by eliminating undesirable words by stripping such words as remained of unorthodox meanings whatever. Orwell draws a link to other totalitarian systems of our century, like the Nazis and the Communists, who had anti-Semitic ideas, and who used Jews as so-called scapegoats, who were responsible for all bad and evil things in the country.


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