Need an research paper on conflict and change. Needs to be 1 page. Please no plagiarism. Conflict and Change. George Orwell, 1984 Conflict and Change. George Orwell, 1984 Utopian and dystopian novels have been written throughout since the early times social and political commotions. The author’s intentions are to warn people especially the readers. They give warnings of the future changing to worse if the current routines do not change.
The warnings are explicit, for example, in George Orwell’s novel, 1984. The author uses themes to communicate with the readers. He uses the themes to show what people should expect from an authoritarian and totalitarian government. There are ethical and moral implications from such governance.
. . . . . . . . . . . One of the themes that the author uses is controlling the mind. He says the government changes news and books contents. It does this to change the history that blackmails it as bad. The government monitors its citizens in all their daily activities. It banned the citizens from indulging in any forms of rebellious thinking, speaking, or activities. What results is a society of stooges and zombies who have no rights over themselves (Orwell & Fromm 2010).
People are forced to control and suppress their sexual desires. The government makes children spies to seek for those who violate the orders. The act is unethical as the children will grow with conflicting thoughts and feelings to their families. The society marks the children as betrayers (Orwell & Fromm 2010).
The author further develops his work with the theme of oppression. The government uses unethical and immoral tactics to quell the activities of Winston Smith the Protagonist. It takes his girlfriend away and forces him to give her up. Winston finally gives up and joins the government. It also forces its citizens to engage in strenuous jobs in the morning. They had to love what it was doing for them to be free (Orwell & Fromm 2010). Forcing anyone to love and adopt indecent activities is inhumane. The author uses the novel and its themes to show and warn the consequences of a totalitarianism government. The society and people become ethically and morally oppressed.
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Orwell, G., & Fromm, E. (2010). 1984: a novel. New York, N.Y.: Signet Classic.