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What is the main theme of 1984 and how does it relate to our society today?
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In Chapter 5 of "1984", who is looking at Winston during lunch?
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Why does Winston hate Julia before he even speaks to her in the book "1984"?Part 1,...
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What is the meaning of Julia's note that reads "I love you"? We can obviously assume...
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Do you think the only way to stop the brotherhood is through a comprehensive surveillance like in...
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Explain the surveillance mechanisms used in Oceania. Do you think that providing illusion of war...
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Give an example of how Newspeak aimed to erase some words from the language. Would destruction of...
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In the afterword, the commentator describes 1984 as "a warning." What do you think are some of...
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In 1984, O' Brien reaveals to Winston the Party's secret slogan, "God is Power". What...
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In "1984," how does the Party acknowledge that the sexual instinct may not always be...
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In 1984, why was it important for the party and O'Brien to destroy Winston's free will and not...
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Big Brother is not a real entity. Why is Big Brother needed?
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In which chapter of 1984 does the quote about controlling the past appear?
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What is an analytical question in "1984" relating to one of the pages in 167-201?A...
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How is Winston and Julia's relationship a rebellion against the Party in 1984?
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If you were supposed to compare and contrast "1984" and Kafka`s "The...
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Describe the main character of 1984.
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How does the government affect Winston's day to day life?I mean things like he has to sit at the...
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What symbolic meaning can be drawn from the fact that the Ministry of Love has no windows and is...
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In "1984", what deep dark secret does Winston reveal to Julia? And how do Winston and...
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How does 1984 represent power?What danger does George Orwell' s novel 1984 warn us against?
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What bothers Winston Smith?
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In "1984," does Winston's development ever change because he works in the Ministry of...
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In "1984", how does Winston react to the note from Julia before he reads it?
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In "1984," how does the diary function as a literary device?
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Why is Winston's betrayal of Julia such a key point in 1984?
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Explain this quote from "1984", "orthodoxy is unconsciousness."
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"In "1984," how does the war benefit the leadership of each superstate?
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Explain the meaning of the following quotation: “Whoever controls the media controls...
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What do the three Party slogans mean, and are they paradoxes or just contradictions?
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In "1984", why does Winston find the obese, hardened woman of fifty, who is hanging...
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What are Julia's and Winston's respective views on society? How do they differ? What disturbs...
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What are some positive aspects about society in "1984."What are some positive aspects about...
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Why are the common criminals and political prisoners treated differently in the temporary lock-up?
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How would you describe the Author's tone in 1984?Discuss the Author's tone in 1984. Does it add...
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What is the only thing people call their own and who stays true to their beliefs in...
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In 1984, what do Winston's dreams about his mother, the golden country, and the dark-haired girl...
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Discuss four examples from "1984" which provide insight into the social and political...
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What are Physical Jerks in the book 1984?
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In "1984" by George Orwell, what simile is used to place Julia's coarse remarks about...
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What are the most striking ways in which the societies of 1984 and Brave New World differ/relate?
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What could be two examples of doublethink in recent history?
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How does the diary function as a literary device in 1984?
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Discussion on Winston's DiaryDiscuss Winston’s need to continue his diary despite the obvious...
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Discusion on the Parsons' childrenExamine the ways in which the Party makes itself stronger by...
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In "1984," what does Winston tell Julia the real betrayal will be?
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What does Winston know about Big Brother that many other people don't know in...
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Why do you think Orwell wrote 1984, what is the book's purpose?Why do you think Orwell wrote...
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What is the role of the Brotherhood in 1984?
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What is ironic about the Chestnut Tree Cafe in the novel "1984"?
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