1984, where the ind. is no longer in control....

Title: 1984, where the ind. is no longer in control....
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1984, where the ind. is no longer in control....
1984 (George Orwell) The individual is doomed in a world where the he is no longer in control of his self. Forces around and in him victimize the person, but all these forces have the same center, they all revolve around one main source. In the novel, 1984, by George Orwell, Winston Smith, the main character, falls victim to these forces which prohibit him from controlling his own life. One of these forces is the control the …showed first 75 words of 1753 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 1753 total…When Winston and Julia commit their first act against the Party there is a bird singing to itself in the forest, it sings to please itself not others, the proles sing to themselves for the same reason, the Party does not sing. The Party does not sing because they no longer control themselves. A world where the individual can no longer sing is no world to live in. Bibliography Eric Blair 1984. Penguin Books Canada Ltd., ©1987

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