What is/are the theme(s) of the book 1984? Is the theme directly stated or implied?

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1984 was published only a few years after the end of World War II, by a man (Blaire a.k.a. Orwell) who fought in it. Orwell was very concerned with the state of the world and politics and he used political satire and allegory to get his points across to everyone in the world. If we look at the book in the context in which it was written we really see that probably the main theme in the book is...

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