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fredehaze
fredehaze - Ominide - 19 Punti
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ditemi se manca qualcosa, ad esempio la conclusione non mi convince. Help please!!




It describes a nightmatish totalitarian world in thich every aspect of the individual’s life is controlled by the omnipresent eyes and ears of the state.
The book is divided into three parts. The protagonist is Winston Smith and the story is set in a post-revolutionary London which is now the capital in the superstate of Oceania. The earth was divided in 3 big totalitar power in conflict: Oceania, Eurasia, Estasia. The headquarters of this power is London, Society is amministred by principles of the English Socialist Party, governated by one onnipotent party told as ‘Big Bbrother’ that nobody never seen but that appears in manifests sets everywhere.
The three superstate are involved in a continuous war that constantly changes alliances. As the novel profresses, it emerges that the war is an illusion maintained by three superstates in order to deep their respective eoples in a state of subjection.
Oceanic society is hierarchial and oligarchic.
Winston is a member of the Outer Party, spending his time making sure that the party machine is running smoothly. Like the rest of his membres, he has been brainwashed from a young age and is kept under constant surveillance by telescreens and by the omnious Thought Police.
Another Party were the Inner Party members, who enjoy the fruits of power and producion.
At the very top is the enigmatic Big Brother, a man who is nothing more than a face that appears on posters or screen.
Winston’s job at the Ministry of Truth where he daily rewrite history: he correct errors and misprint in past articles modifying the past in order to make the Party appear infallible.
Smith (anti-hero) tries to rebel against the rules of this society, dreaming of old values such as truth and decency. He feels that the only hope were the proletarians, the majority of uneducated working people out of party’s ideology that don’t understant they’re not living in the paradise that the party claims they are.
In a world which there is no privacy, and different ideas are punishable by death, Winston lnows that he is stuck in a hopeless struggle; in the second book he takes his small rebellion with an illicit love with a dissenter woman, Julia. They enter in a room which appears to have no telescreen, inducted by a man called O’Briend into the Brotherhood, a legendary underground antiParty organisation, but they get arrested betrayed by a hidden telescreen in the room and by O’Brien who was actually a party official.
The last part of the book recounts Winston’s imprisonment and torture by O’Brien, ending in the detention Room 101 where prisoners are confronted with their worst fears.
Suzy90
Suzy90 - Moderatore - 9371 Punti
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Ciao!
Ti segnalo gli errori che ho visto: ;)
"It describes a nightmatish totalitarian world in which every aspect of the individual’s life is controlled by the omnipresent eyes and ears of the state.
The book is divided into three parts. The protagonist is Winston Smith and the story is set in a post-revolutionary London which is now the capital in the superstate of Oceania. The earth is divided in 3 big totalitarian power in conflict: Oceania, Eurasia, Estasia. The headquarters of this power are in London, Society is administred by the principles of the English Socialist Party, governated by one omnipotent party told as ‘Big Bbrother’ that nobody ever see but that appears in manifests sets everywhere.
The three superstates are involved in a continuous war that constantly changes alliances. As the novel professes, it emerges that the war is an illusion maintained by the three superstates in order to deep their respective peoples in a state of subjection.
Oceanic society is hierarchial and oligarchic.
Winston is a member of the Outer Party, spending his time making sure that the party machine is running smoothly. Like the rest of his membres, he has been brainwashed from a young age and is kept under constant surveillance by telescreens and by the omnious Thought Police.
Another Party is made by the Inner Party members, who enjoy the fruits of power and production.
At the very top is the enigmatic Big Brother, a man who is nothing more than a face that appears on posters or screens.
Winston’s job is at the Ministry of Truth where he daily rewrites history: he corrects errors and misprints in past articles modifying the past in order to make the Party appear infallible.
Smith (anti-hero) tries to rebel against the rules of this society, dreaming of old values such as truth and decency. He feels that the only hope are the proletarians, the majority of uneducated working people out of party’s ideology that don’t understand they’re not living in the paradise which is claimed by the party.
In a world where there is no privacy, and different ideas are punishable with death, Winston knows that he is stuck in a hopeless struggle; in the second book he takes his small rebellion with an illicit love with a dissenter woman, Julia. They enter in a room which appears to have no telescreen, inducted by a man called O’Briend into the Brotherhood, a legendary underground antiParty organisation, but they get arrested betrayed by a hidden telescreen in the room and by O’Brien who was actually a party official.
The last part of the book recounts Winston’s imprisonment and torture by O’Brien, ending in the detention Room 101 where prisoners are confronted with their worst fears."
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