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    Geroge Orwell

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    Geroge Orwell “One of the things Orwell bequeathed us was the adjective ‘Orwellian’…. It is a frightening word, generally applied to a society organized to crush and dehumanize the individual, sometimes signifying the alienation of that individual if he dares to rebel” (Lewis 13). George Orwell, the pseudonym for Eric Arthur Blair, depicted the importance of the individual in society and the danger of too much community in his literature. Through his personal experiences, however, he explored

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    Both Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World and Geroge Orwell’s 1984 present to the reader anti-utopian societies; societies which, when taken at face value, seem perfect, but really are deeply flawed. Both authors wrote their books because they felt that the world was on a course to disaster and they wanted changes to be made before a society resembling the ones that they wrote about was made into reality. I will now take those two societies and attempt to point out their differences. One of

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    1984 Geroge Orwell

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    1. Why doesn't the party simply eliminate members that do not agree with it? The Party doesn't simply eliminate members that do not agree with it because that was the old, traditional way of doing things, which caused the persecutors to look evil and the victim to appear as a martyr, and that the Party cures it's victims before killing them. O'Brien states, “We do not merely destroy our enemies, we change them.” He says how there are no “martyrdoms” in this place. O'Brien speaks about how Inquisition

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    The Misconceptions of Geroge W. Bush Didn't anyone's high school English teacher tell him or her to read the directions carefully before taking the test? It seems the uneducated people that misinterpreted a ballot fit for a 5th grader in Palm Beach County, Florida, also write editorials. In the past two weeks I have come across numerous selections and pieces that just randomly tossed slanderous and fictitious statements into the blue, claiming inaccuracy after inaccuracy. Both Vice President

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    Shooting an Elephant by Geroge Orwell

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    In his early twenties, George Orwell (1946) began a line of work he would later term “an unsuitable profession”: officer of the Indian Imperial Police in Burma, which began his transformation into a writer of primarily political topics. His essay “Shooting an Elephant” describes his feelings of frustration in attempting to perform his duty – shooting a mad elephant discovered to have broken its chain, destroyed property, and killed a man – while avoiding the ridicule of the local population. (Orwell

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    Animal Farm 1. The general purpose of the seven commandme nts is not to govern Animal Farm justly, as it seems to the animals, but to be propaganda to make Animalism appealing. For instance, the first comma ndment, “Whatever goes on two legs is an enemy,” does not do anything for the animals themselves, but only demonizes man because he is the enemy of Animalism. By demonizing man, Animalism appeals to the animals’ resentment toward man. It also makes its alternative, being ruled by man

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    Geroge Eliot: A Look Into the Victorian Era

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    Mary Ann Evans was a woman who lived controversial and unconventional life. Many of her choices in her life have shocked many people. She eventually earned the deserved credit of an accomplished author. Her works stand on their own, and where not overshadowed by her personnel life decisions. She was known as one of the best Victorian writers, she deals with issues of social change and triumphs of the heart. Her remarkable talent that shows is the depth and scope of English life. Many of her

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    George Lucas: One of the greatest filmmakers

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    Cited “American Graffiti”. Greatest Films. March 19, 2005 . “George Lucas”. The Gods of Film Makking. March 19, 2005 . “George Lucas”. World Book. 2004 Ed. “Geroge Lucas” Geroge Lucas Biogrpahy. March 8, 2005 . “Geroge Lucas”. George Lucas Bio. March 8, 2005 . “Geroge Lucas”. Inside Lucas Film. March 19, 2005 . Kline, Sally. Geroge Lucas Interviews. New York: International Press, 2000 “Raiders of the Lost Ark”. Movie Gazette. March 19, 2005 . “Star Wars”. Movie Gazette. March 19, 2005 .

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    has no part in her childrens' life... ... middle of paper ... ...ry, Bradbury uses a pun or a douldble meaning phrase. George and Lydia are discuss screams that they are both hearing. Lydia mentions, "Those screams--they sound familiar,". Then Geroge replies, "Do they?". After, Lydia responds, "Yes, awfully". Not only can the reader conquer that these scream were very familiar to George and Lydia, but it is also insinuated that scream were awful, or repulsive. In conclusion, all throughout the

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    Helping Out

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    As the chilly cold wind roared through the trees making thrashing sounds, the heavy rain bucketed down onto the charcoal grey asphalt road. The sky was gloomy and sunless. I however, was on the school bus safely sheltered from the dreadful weather. I wondered to myself why, what today would be like? My thoughts were short lived as the bus pulled into the garage. I glanced at my watch and realised it was 7:43pm. “Late” I thought to himself “Late, Late” As soon as I got off the bus, I dashed to my

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