1984 & George Orwell

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These are the same reasons why Orwell wrote 1984. He wanted to expose a communist country (the Soviet Union). The specific political purpose that had used Orwell's sense of urgency was his desire to explode the myth of the Soviet Union as the paradigm of the socialist state...
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He also wanted to expose the dangers of totalitarianism, which the devaluation of objective truth, and the systematic manipulation of the common people through propaganda (Stansky 102). O'Brien is an informant to Big Brother. He is not who he seems to be...
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