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George Orwell's 1984 - Research Paper - tyranny

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1 My Last Name My Name My Teacher English 10H 1 April 2015 1984 Research Paper People eat, sleep, drink and die. Through the commotion of life, people overlook the importance of individualism. The individual creative mind is caged when tyrannical powers attempt to limit the freedom of the people. The rigid dystopian society of 1984 exposes and exemplifies the inconceivable abuses of tyranny through manipulation and punishment and the importance of individuality that is also presented in recent culture.

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