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“Ninteen Eighty Four”

This paper discusses George Orwell’s “Nineteen Eighty Four”, focusing on the rivalry between Winston and Big Brother George Orwell, author of Nineteen Eighty Four , in 1921 joined the Indian Imperial Police but seven years later resigned having come to hate imperialism. This was evident in the novel when George Orwell portrayed the Party of […]

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“Casablanca” and “1984”

A comparative analysis of the film “Casablanca” and the book “1984” by George Orwell How can a hero survive in a world gone mad? Both Casablanca, the classic 1940s film, and hailed as the greatest movie ever by some, and 1984, a piece of classic literature by George Orwell, also seen as being one of […]

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“Animal Farm” comparison of the book to the film

A comparison of the book of “Animal Farm” by George Orwell to the film of the same name Animal Farm is a novel about farm animals running a farm and becoming self sufficient. It is a story with great detail and is a very good book to read because of it surprising events. If you […]

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“Animal Farm” by George Orwell review

A review of the book “Animal Farm” by George Orwell George Orwell’s Animal Farm is a political satire of a totalitarian society ruled by a mighty dictatorship, in all probability an allegory for the events surrounding the Russian Revolution of 1917. The animals of “Manor Farm” overthrow their human master after a long history of […]

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“Animal Farm”

This paper discusses how in George Orwell’s “Animal Farm”, the pigs were awarded control of the farm through the ignorance of the other animals In George Orwell’s book, Animal Farm, it is obvious that that the pigs, tyrants though they were, were awarded control of the farm through the ignorance of the other animals. There […]

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“1984” by George Orwell

A review of the novel “1984” by George Orwell, focussing on the main character, Winston “1984” by George Orwell The story begins with Winston, the main character, coming back to his apartment from his job at the Ministry of Truth. Winston’s job was to change recorded events, predictions made by the Party, and documents to […]

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Williams explores the effect of mendacity upon human relations

In ‘Cat on a Hot Tin Roof’ Williams presents the audience with w world of mendacity. Every fibre of the character’s being is based on a spectrum of deceit, from self-deception, to exploitation to social lies. The characters’ names themselves conceal the irony and deceit, for example Brick, the leading man. The name Brick itself […]

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