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AN ANALYTIC ESSAY ON 1984 Who is watching us Who judges us And most importantly who controls us In George Orwells novel 1984 Big Brother was in charge of all these crucial aspects of everyones lives This book which was written long before 1984 can really take place at anytime and anywhere The concepts and themes of this book are very real and very frightening May be telescreens do not exist but V-chips and Pentium III computers are very much alive Even though we live in modern times how do we know who is insane The world is flat and the planets revolve around Earth were once sane statements Finally do we control ourselves in this Democratic country or are we just puppets dancing to the high and powerful affluent members of our society Or maybe G-d himself is the one who makes us do the things we do The thought police seek out and cure the misguided people who simply think too much They look at you minute by minute to see what you are doing and how u are doing it I think more interesting than the thought police are the teaching of the morals of the land to the children They are taught the ways of Ingsoc They know right from wrong One of Winstons peers was taken away because his own daughter told the thought police on him In this society children are at school more than they are even home It is very possible to have a closer relationship with a teacher than with a parent On top of that Big Brother and the inner party teach that it is only you and the party Meaning the party is very individualized This allows the party to function very nicely because people do not make relationships with other people only to the party People in Oceania are never left alone If you are alone and you are
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