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Outline IIntroduction AOrwells life as it relates to his works BThe danger of a totalitarian government IIFreedom of mind and body APhysical control 1Extreme force and coercion 2Effects of torment BPsychological manipulation 1Doublethink 2Use of propaganda IIITechnology role in government control ACompromise of privacy BTele-screen vs computers IVControl of communication AControl of information 1Control of news 2Control of history aImportance of history bRepeating history BAbuse of language 1Language as control of the mind 2Newspeak VConclusion AIgnorance of Society 1Danger of na working class 2Society letting the government getaway with its abuse BSignificance of Orwells novel in modern day George Orwell was the alias of Eric Blair the author of 1984 and Animal Farm Orwell was a political writer whose novels and essays criticized the political oppression taking place in Europe in the middle of the twentieth century Orwell was a relentless opponent of capitalism and communism He witnessed firsthand the horrific lengths to which totalitarian governments in Spain and Russia would go in order to sustain and increase their power during the Spanish Civil War Orwell was deeply disturbed by the widespread cruelty and oppression he saw in communist countries Duiker 16-20 Orwell can be remembered through his works as a supporter of freedom and contester of capitalism and totalitarianism Two of his greatest works Animal Farm and 1984 form the basis of his fight against totalitarianism Orwells 1984 foreshadows the sadistic personality of the authoritative government Animal Farm demonstrates that societys ignorance will prove to be the reason the government gets explicit control even in a democratically ruled government Orwell uses 1984 to alert society about the abusive nature of a totalitarian government He uses insightful analysis of the psychological power and the ways that manipulation of language and history can be used as a device for supremacy Broom 1984 5 1984 portrays the ideal totalitarian society The title indicates to its readers that the
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