1984 Essay, Research Paper Examples

George Orwell’s Novel 1984

1984 is a novel about totalitarianism and the life of a man who tried to escape from an oppressive political regime. The famous British writer George Orwell wrote his book in 1948. Events take place in London, a province’s capital of the state of Oceania in 1984. The world is involved in an endless war, […]

A Gas Leak Incident in Bhopal in 1984

Summary The three articles are entirely based on events surrounding a gas leak incident in Bhopal, India on the third of December, 1984. However, the structuring of each individual story is in such a way that the three articles end up documenting different aspects of the happenings of the day. The article Bhopal disaster, 25 […]

Comparison of G.Orwell’s “1984”, R.Bradbury’s “Fahrenheit 451” and A.Huxley’s “Brave New World”

Introduction Society has always felt safe and organized in the hands of some form of leadership. The leadership is in charge of virtually each and every single activity that takes place in the lives of the inhabitants of the society. The leadership is therefore responsible for a lot of things taking place in the society. […]

The aspects of human nature that George Orwell criticizes in his work 1984 compared to today’s world

Introduction 1984, is a novel written by George Orwell. The novel predicts a negative utopia of a totalitarian society, which makes use of terror and an authoritarian bureaucracy to exert power over its citizens. The novel has been widely used in academic institutions in an attempt to educate the youth on the dangers of totalitarian […]

Analysis of books “Half the Sky How to Change the World”, “Gulliver’s travel” and “1984”

Introduction This paper is based on the books Half the Sky How to Change the World, Gulliver’s travel and 1984. Half the Sky How to Change the World is written by two former New York Times journalists (Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl Wudunn). Gulliver’s travel and 1984 are written by Jonathan Swift and George Orwell respectively. […]

1984 by George Orwell

Utopianism In his 1984 writing, Orwell (p.10) indicates how the societies fight to archive utopianism. There are high hopes that the current settings of the twenty-first century and the predictable future of governance will be sustainable and responsible especially on issues of cultural identity and preservation. As predicted in ‘1984’ by Orwell (p.10), the current […]

Two Non-Existing Worlds

People always long to have some perfect life and perfect society, since the ancient times and until now writers from all over the world write about their ideal societies. Two of the most famous works depicting this theme – non-existing worlds -are Utopia by Tomas More and 1984 by George Orwell, though they represent two […]