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The poor living conditions in Oceania cause the nation to not only be morally and spiritually bankrupt but physically ugly and bleak as well Shortages on items such as chocolate and razor blades poverty throughout the nation except for members of the Inner Party and the constant feeling that BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU Orwell 2 results in a nation left stripped of true happiness and privacy The citizens emotions are triggered by fear and enforced by order Oceanias architecture and grimy landscape Orwell 3 is dilapidated by constant warfare and little maintenance Winstons flat in Victory Mansions is clearly falling apart The hallways smelt of boiled cabbage and old rag mats The liftwas seldom working andthe electric current was cut of during daylight hours Orwell 1 The rest of the Airstrip One province had the same resemblance with vistas of rotting nineteenth-century houses their sides shored up with balks of timber their windows patched with cardboard and their roofs with corrugated iron their crazy garden walls sagging in all directionsand the bombed sites where the plaster dust swirled in the air Orwell 3 Oceania is left physically ugly and bleak because of the lack of money and will to make things better One of the Partys slogans Who controls the past controls the future who controls the present controls the past Orwell 34 is a major theme of 1984 because it illustrates that the past is to be regarded as a guiding principle of which to construct the elements of the future If the past were picturesque then the future would want to resemble the past so as to preserve the qualities that made the past so blissful However this is not how the Party remembers their past to be Members of the Inner Party proclaim the past to be a nightmarish time in history which was abundant in poverty
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