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    O'Brien's Symbolism

    In George Orwell's 1984 there is a character called O'Brien who early on represents hope for Winston's rebellious thoughts. As 1984 progresses Winston Finally meets O'Brien, While in his manor...
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    The wars are put into the citizens head to...

    The wars are put into the citizens head to control the people with fear. Big Brother is using this as a scapegoat as well as Goldstein to control the people and have them fear a common enemy even if...
  3. Thread: Revolt

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    The common people could revolt. If a strong...

    The common people could revolt. If a strong leader could influence the way the proles think they could get them on their side to take out Big Brother. If the Government finds out they could wipe out...
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    Could the Proles Rebel?

    In the book 1984 written by George Orwell, there is a working-class group called the proles. The proles take up the majority of the population. Wouldnt the proles have the ability to rebel against...
  5. Thread: Proletariat

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    Proletariat

    The proles or proletariat are the working class in many of Orwell's books. In 1984 the proles take up much of the majority of the population. The Brotherhood keeps the proles on constant surveillance...
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