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  1. The significance of 1984 in the world today

    1984 was a thrilling, attention-grabbing, and eye-opening piece of dystopian literature. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is interested in a book that has you continuing to turn the...
  2. Thread: Generations

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    From the beginning when the reader is first...

    From the beginning when the reader is first introduced to Mr. Parson's kids, it is very clear that the children of 1984 are brainwashed and highly influenced by the Party and Big Brother. Later in...
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    Allies, Enemies, and Warfare

    The ally and enemy of Oceania is always changing between Eastasia and Eurasia throughout the course of the book. During Hate Week, a speech was given about the enemy of Oceania when suddenly half way...
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    Julia and Winston

    Julia and Winston have been having a lot of intimacy between each other recently in the book. By having intimate moments, and sometimes even sex, Julia and Winston are defying the government and the...
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