选题名称An Analysis of the Formation of Totalitarianism in 1984毕业论文_英语毕业论文

选题名称An Analysis of the Formation of Totalitarianism in 1984毕业论文

2021-04-02更新

摘 要

乔治·奥威尔是 20 世纪最著名的政治小说家之一。他的政治讽喻小说《一九八四》向人们描绘了一幅幅生动形象的极权社会的图景。小说使用一种隐喻的手法,将如同噩梦一般的极权社会展现在世人面前。论文将以信息为基本出发点, 对书中的几个主要意象,如真理部、电屏、以及新词进行分析,评判信息在这里面起到的作用和意义,以此来深入探究这部小说。文章最后做出总结,作者乔治·奥威尔希望借用对未来的预测提高人们的警惕,呼吁人们保护好自己的思想自由。

关键词:极权主义;真理部;电屏;新词;信息;大洋国

Contents

  1. Introduction 1
  2. Demonstration 3
    1. The brief introduction to Totalitarianism in 1984 3
    2. The formation of Totalitarianism in 1984 3
      1. The Ministry of Truth 4
        1. Editing of news 4
        2. Apotheosis of Big Brother 5
      2. Telescreen 6
        1. Inflammatory speech and stimulus 7
        2. News under control 8
      3. New words 9
        1. Cancelation of old words 10
        2. Creation of new words 11
  3. Conclusion 13

Works Cited 15

Bibliography 16

An Analysis of the Formation of Totalitarianism in 1984

Introduction

George Orwell (1903-1950), original called Eric Blair, was one of the most famous political allegory novelists in the 20th century. His two political novels, Animal Farm and 1984, not only earned him a great reputation in English-speaking countries, but were also praised by literary critics as the most inspirational and predictive literary works during the Soviet-American war. 1984 is listed as the three representative works of dystopian literature together with Brave New World and We. His political allegory 1984 portrays a vivid picture of a totalitarian society. The novel uses a metaphorical approach to present the nightmare-like totalitarian society before us and to visualize the kind of fears that accompany it. Orwell was described as “a grim conscience of a generation” and “the greatest moral force in English literature in the past decade” (Huang Liqing 135) because of his sharp criticism of totalitarian society’s attack on human nature. 1984 has been widely translated into dozens of languages by countries all over the world and sold tens of millions of copies. The concepts such as “big brother”, “new word”, “British Society” and “thoughtcrime” have all been incorporated into English dictionaries and their works in literary education are enhanced. For example, they are introduced into literature class, or put into related lectures. Even now, people still put forward various new views on 1984 and fill in the gaps in all aspects.

1984 was written in 1948. On the one hand, when the World War II ended, the

suffering and sacrifice brought by the war at that time made human beings begin to reflect on the authoritarian dictatorship of Hitler. The totalitarian and repeated brainwashing mentioned in this book are exactly a true portrayal of Hitler Thought Autocracy. On the other hand, when the tensions between the East and the West were tense at the time, the Cold War was imminent. Orwell not only joined the Spanish Civil War in the 1930s, but also experienced the cruel excluding and killing in the Soviet Union. Therefore, the motto of this novel was once considered as a criticism of the authoritarian rule of Stalin, the leader of the Soviet Communist Party. The novel

tells readers what totalitarianism is by describing the life of the protagonist Winston Smith, reflecting the suffocating and nervous social pressures and totalitarianism in which everyone is dying to make money. The essence of totalitarianism is the control of human thought.

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