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George Oorol and a novel 1984

Book Summary   by:saber5     Original Author: George Oorol
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This abstract was translated from جورج أورول ورواية بعنوان 1984
 

  Although the novel George Oorol 1984 is basically just the prospects hatched a way that fiction, as a requirement in any scenario, but this study indicates that the foundations upon which the novel stems from the experiences of author personal, and its insight into the means by which internal pressure by governments, political bodies, the exploitation of - but sometimes - the formulation of the truth the way the line with their goals in a bid to gain power and even monopoly as well. The writer refers to the main theme of the novel deals with power and control, as well as the loss of both freedom and individuality of the one; Wallach is a large observer Ripper, who injects the state and the party in all aspect of life. The study shows that the features of the book in line with the characteristics of contemporary society: the mismatch to use the word terrorist in the modern language, and the entry of technical surveillance and control under the guise of security, the concept of relative truth, and the idea that war is peace

Published: August 25, 2010   
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