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Your task will be to use your sociological concepts (norms, institutions, bureaucracy, etc.) and the theories of Karl Marx and Michel Foucault to critically evaluate George Orwell’s classic dystopian vision 1984. Papers must be original essays and supported by references to class discussion and readings.

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Evaluation of George Orwell’s Classic Dystopian Vision 1984
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EVALUATION OF GEORGE ORWELL’S CLASSIC DYSTOPIAN VISION 1984

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Evaluation of George Orwell’s Classic Dystopian Vision 1984
George Orwell's novel "1984" is a classic dystopian story that depicts the state of the
contemporary society which is characterized by many factors including but not limited to
information that is continuously recorded in phones, voice-controlled communication and
Internet-connected smart speakers (Frank Northen Magill. eNotes.com, Inc, 1997). The novel,
in its entirety, was written by a liberal-minded personality with a socialist perspective to
describe, demonstrate and illustrate what was left for humans after the end of the Second World
War in 1984. Precisely, most states in the post-war world were controlled and governed by
totalitarian governments where the thoughts of the citizens were controlled and monitored by
government agents most of the times. The novel, therefore, comes in handy in giving an indepth perception and representation of a drab, empty and over-politicized world in which
revolution is the central issue coming out as a danger to efforts of passionate individualism in
such states.
The understanding of Orwell’s 1984 is made easier when approached from the Marxism
and the postmodernist deconstructionism perspectives. In any type of literature, theories play
a central role in ensuring that the readers understand the deeper meaning implied by the reader
through an in-depth explication of characters, language and even the plot of the story ( Topham,
2019). Marxism and deconstructionism theories, therefore, play an imperative role in
understanding the political concept captured in the story as well as how such ideas can be
integrat...

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