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Explore the theme of a dystopian society in George Orwell's 1984 and Aldous Huxley's 1984
Finance & Accounting
Pages 5 (1255 words)
Please explore the theme of dystopian society in George Orwell’s 1984 and Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World. The continuously evolving world society keeps reassessing its idea of an idealistic world. The world has seen the rule of monarchy, waves of communism, socialism, covert fascism, ubiquitous capitalism and also, the ideal of democracy.
“War is Peace, Freedom is Slavery, Ignorance is strength” is the anthem resounding throughout George Orwell’s bokk 1984: it is the antithesis of all the values that the world collectively advocates. In the dysfunctional world of Dystopia, the controlling state is the central i.e. a totalitarian form of government. This government is for the purpose of ensuring the complete control of every single thing in the economy, even down to the behaviours and thoughts of its people. This futuristic sort of government has been described in many forms of contemporary arts. The theme for the dystopian society is almost always presented by people to throw a warning to the people of the cause and effect phenomenon. In Huxley’s book, he depicts a scene of naked children running and playing around a writes: “For a very long period before the time of Our Ford (...) erotic play between children had been regarded as abnormal (...) and had therefore been rigorously suppressed.1” (c3). This is very much representative of our times today when instances of paedophiliac behaviour are erupting astonishingly. In the dystopian society, sexuality for and between children would be normal and encouraged. In the Dystopian world, different control tactics are used by the regime to control. ...
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