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Hi, need to submit a 500 words essay on the topic 1984 by George Orwell.Not only this that the protagonist is unable to discuss the policies articulated by the Big Brother and his Party, but also he i
Hi, need to submit a 500 words essay on the topic 1984 by George Orwell.
Not only this that the protagonist is unable to discuss the policies articulated by the Big Brother and his Party, but also he is not in a position of moving the place of his choice or getting involved in a love affair and sexual intercourse with the individual of his preference. Consequently, Smith is found under the state of an unflinching and unabated watch, which is sufficient to trounce his personal wishes and whims existing in his breast. Such a situation of constant slavery results into his distress and disappointment, where he appears to be eager of violating the same by crushing the hanging sword of a persistent watch on him.The horror and anxiety haunting Smith’s mind during the initial passages and pages of the work could be found to be evocative and intact throughout the work. Consequently, the protagonist and his beloved Julia are unable to escape the irritating chasing at the hands of the Big Brother and his followers, agents and party workers at large. The same could be noticed by going through the later developments in the work, predominantly the directive issued by the high official and member of Inner Party O’Brien to Smith to appear before him in his office (5-6). Similarly, Smith’s getting arrested, along with Julia, and detection of his personal diary as well as the book gifted by O’Brien, in the wake of the report made by the landlord of the flat he is staying in, demonstrates the effective and influential watch applied by the Big Brother upon all the activities performed by him.