Similarities and Difference between Oceania in 1984 and the USA

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English

 

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Melvin K

 

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September 11, 2015

 

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University

 

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The three most obvious similarities that I will talk about are the classes differences, the slogan “War is Piece” and the fact that even though with different intensity, both governments have their hands and control in every aspect of society’s life. The three differences that I will write about are the legal systems of the societies, the privacy people have or don’t have and love and emotions between people...
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The three differences that I will write about are the legal systems of the societies, the privacy people have or don’t have and love and emotions between people. The first similarity I would like to discuss is the different classes of people. In the Oceanic society Orwell explained that there were three classes of citizens: the Inner Party members like O’Brien, who had all the power, the Outer Party members like Winston and Julia, who worked for the government in one of the four Ministries and the “proles” the so-called lower class people who did not actually qualify to belong to the Inner or Outer Party...
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