1984 | Analyse | George Orwell

Dystopia relates to a world where things are not as they should be. It can be in a futuristic, imaginary universe, where the illusion of a perfect society, as a utopian society.

Where they are maintained through oppressive social control. The control can be either corporate, bureaucratic, technological, or totalitarian.

In this case, it is technological, totalitarian and in technology, it's about surveillance where the main character often feels trapped and struggles to escape

where the person questions the political system and believes that there is something wrong with the society in which the person lives, and that is what George Orwell’s 1984 is about.

Each of these four ministries includes some rules that everyone in society must abide by, and if you do not abide by these rules, it can lead to death

and it can probably also lead to Winston getting such an unpleasant feeling when he takes the stairs up to his apartment. Inside Winston's apartment

we are told that he often gets his food from the canteen, as he does not have food in his kitchen cupboard, and that his apartment smells, but that does not worry Winston.

What worries him more is his television, as BIG BROTHER can watch everything he does. It highlights that no one has any freedom, even when they come home from work, they are still being monitored.

Winston is 39 years old and works for the Ministry of Truth. Winston has a varicose vein over his right ankle that caused him to walk very slowly up the stairs to his apartment and has to rest several times on the way up.

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