12 April 1999
Animal Farm Vs. 1984
In his books, Animal Farm and 1984, George Orwell creates two similar societies attempting to achieve perfection through tyranny but the environment of each supports a different culture. In both Animal Farm and 1984 the ruling society depresses the individual in order to achieve his total obedience. In Animal Farm the environment is static – that of a rigid society- that of a small space -for it is in a farm. Because it is
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don’t care what you do to her!”(Orwell, 1984 236). - He also says that Winston is bullied so much, beaten so much, tortured so much, that he is reduced to a statues
below that of an animal. That would never have happened if technology were not used in such a cruel, intimidating way. It created a society where people are afraid of technology, of the people who created it, of the government, of big brother (210).