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English IV 3A
5 November 2014
Psychological Manipulation on Winston
In 1984, George Orwell uses Winston Smith to show the struggle against psychological manipulation since he was the only man willing to fight the large government establishment to seek individuality. George Orwell uses Winston Smith to show the breakdown of a human's individuality through the psychological manipulation by the use of a common themes called physical pain, psychological manipulation, and the power of eliminating past history. The dystopian society in George Orwell's 1984 shows the negative toll the government takes on Winston Smith through physical pain inflicted by the Party to force Winston to lose his independent thought. In George Orwell's 1984 he indicates psychological manipulation through many examples throughout the novel, but he reveals the well thought-out government strategy to manipulate the citizens to follow the orders. In 1984, George Orwell shows the power of eliminating the past history to give the government full power and authority to never allow doubt to surface from the citizens.
In 1984 George Orwell shows the different techniques the Party uses to prevent the citizens use of independent thought. This is accomplished by physical pain, psychological manipulation, and control of past history to show the negative toll impacted upon the individuality of a human being that eventually gives up to the large government.
Initially, the dystopian society in George Orwell's 1984 shows the negative toll the government takes on Winston Smith through physical pain by the Party to force Winston to lose his independent thought. George Orwell shows the breakdown of Winston Smith through physical control to show that in the end the individual loses to the powerful government. In 1984 the Party uses physical pain or torture over Winston Smith in...