1984, is a dystopian novel written by George Orwell. The book tells a story of a person, Winston Smith, who lives in a horrible totalitarian society in Oceania that run by big brother(“the man in power”) and Ingosc(English Socialism), the party. Winston works in mini-true(ministry of truth) where the government rewrites and edits the history, his daily work is rewriting and deleting history so he can make a person who is against the government disappear. One day, he has ever held proof that the Ministry was lying. It concerned three revolutionaries, Jones, Aaronson, and Rutherford, who were executed for planning an insurgency against the state. Winston found evidence that their confessions were falsified, due to fear of “Big Brother”, he destroyed that evidence. He began to think that the Big Brother did wrong things, he hid his thoughts deeply, he knew that such feelings are a crime that could be sentenced to death, or worse, for example, be vaporized. Eventually, he becomes against the government, he doesn’t love big brother anymore and he meets a girl called Julia, they fall in love quickly. Unfortunately, his thoughts about the party and activities with Julia are discovered by O’Brien, who is in high position in the inner party and doesn’t like big brother either, in Winston’s opinion. In fact, O’Brien is a thought police that he wants to draw the secret out of Winston. After being tortured, Winston confesses the thought crime. In the end of book, it writes “But it was all right, everything was all right, the struggle was finished. He had won the victory over himself. He loved Big Brother.” (Orwell, P148)

In this book, author tries to warn everyone to raise an awareness of government’s power and the ideology of the society. In my opinion, he warns us 3 thing we should be aware of. First, government may use a representative figure to send a message to the public to ensure the power in the future. In this book, …

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