Orwell fights for the sound human intelligence (for which every individual is responsible) and liberal tolerance towards diffrent thinking people. He refuses to give up parts of the truth for any "higher ideals".
At the end of his life, Orwell becomes a moralist and humanist, he is free from the pathetic terror of all politicans who want to improve the world... displayed 300 characters
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He is still engaded for the social weak people in the civil society (for him the "proles" are the omly people of hope for a none-totalitarian future) but he does not belive anymore that Marxism is an idealogy which can make people free and happy. The reason is that the real existing Soviet communist government had disappointed all his hopes of a "better way" and that obviously the bad sides of this new society were even worse than those of the old one... displayed next 300 characters
We each are individuals with our own thoughts and ideas. This in my opinion is best expressed in George Orwell's "1984".
For most of us, we go by day and night not realizing how fortunate we are to be living in a society of open thought and expression...
Orwell fights for the sound human intelligence (for which every individual is responsible) and liberal tolerance towards diffrent thinking people. He refuses to give up parts of the truth for any "higher ideals"...
Orwell witnessed the danger of absolute political authority first hand in an age of advanced technology, in Spain, Germany, and the Soviet Union. He illustrated that danger harshly in 1984, when he wrote the book in 1949, at the dawn of the nuclear age and before the television had become a fixture in the family home...
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