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I dont write about the future, I try to prevent it. Ray Bradbury. Discuss how the dystopian novel 1984 is constructed in order to prevent a possible future.
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'I don't write about the future, I try to prevent it.' Ray Bradbury. Discuss how the dystopian novel 1984 is constructed in order to 'prevent' a possible future.
What would the world look like today if the dystopian novel 1984 was real? It would suck quite badly, living a life of doing the same thing, with no freedom and no ability to have fun. A world run by a single Party focused on nothing but power. George Orwell constructs the novel so well as to prevent this from happening in the real world. He does this by using language to create and image of what the world would look like in the future.
George Orwell uses his language to portray a bad and evil image of the Party in our heads. He was scared of a totalitarian government, so he wrote 1984 to warn people about what the world would look like if there was a totalitarian government in charge. He based the look of the Party off the German Nazi Party and the Russian Communists at the time. WW2 had just finished as he started to write this novel, a protest novel in a way to
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