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George Orwells Nineteen Eighty-Four and How It relates to the Type of Government We Have in the Twenty First Century George Orwells Nineteen Eighty-Four is about a society in which its people strive for utopianism This book which was written in the 1940s depicts a futuristic 1980s society in which there are no laws but everyone is watched carefully and they limit themselves to certain behavior The story concentrates on a character named Winston who is an insignificant official in the Party a totalitarian organ that rules all of airstrip one which used to be called England Winston as an official is not allowed to record thoughts or exhibit certain types of behavior He is compelled to buy a diary and an ink pen so that he may write in a secret alcove of his house His telescreen Orwell 3 is situated so that he may write without being seen in it The telescreen is a tool which is similar to a combination of a telephone and a television It is used to watch the people but also used to send messages which persuade the people to have certain beliefs It is evident in George Orwells Nineteen Eighty-Four that many of the tools and ideas expressed in the story are not far from the ideas and tools we use today The question that arises to me is how does the type of government in Nineteen Eighty-Four relate to the type of government we have today Does it relate to the type of government we have today In my opinion it relates a lot to the type of government we have today The type of government portrayed in George Orwells 1984 seems to be the type of government that limits the amount of information that the public is aware of It is the same way with the government we have in the twenty-first century We never really know exactly what are government is doing
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