book report 1984 (DOC) by kasang

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									                                    PREFACE


Assalamualaikum wr.wb
     First of all, we’re as the writers of this working paper, thanks to god “Allah
SWT” because his blessing and his mercies, so we can complete our duty for
making it, even it’s not really perfect.
     Secondly, he sholawat and he salam may be with our prophet Muhammad
SAW, who has changed the world to be brightness.
     This paper is untitled “The analysis of George Orwell’s 1984 novel”. In this
paper the writer will analyze the characters, the plot, and the issues that are in this
novel.
     The writer realizes that this paper has not been perfect, that’s why he always
want some critics, suggestions, and comment from all readers. The writer does
hope this paper can give useful things to all readers.




                             TABLE OF CONTENTS




Preface……………………………………………………………………………..1
Table of Contents……………………………………………………………….…2



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Chapter I         : Discussion……………………………………………………….3
          I. Title of the book, author, year of publication, publisher, reprints…….3
         II. Character ………………………………………………………….…..3
        III. Characters race how are they depicted?.................................................8
        IV. Synopsis of the novel………………………………………………...10
        V. Issues presented in the novel…………………………………………14


CHAPTER II : Closing…………………………………………………………16




                             CHAPTER I
            THE ANALYSIS OF GEORGE ORWELL’S 1984 NOVEL

I. Title of the book, author, year of publication, publisher, reprints.
Title                      : 1984
Author                     : George Orwell




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Year of publication    : 1949
Publisher              : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc
Reprints               : Printed in the United States of America


II. Character
   a. Villain-male
         - Winston Smith
   Profile:
           Winston Smith is the main character in this novel, he was thirty-nine
years old “and Winston, who was thirty-nine, and had a varicose ulcer above his
right ankle” (page. 5, Paragraph. 2). He was a poor man, “Winston wrenched his
body out of bed-naked, for a member of the outer Party received only three
thousand clothing coupons annually, and a suit of pajamas was six hundred and
seized a dingy singlet and a pair of shorts that were lying across the chair” (page.
26, paragraph. 4), from this quotation we can know that he has a little salary and
he unable to buy clothes, he had only clothes from coupons that he got from the
Party.
           One of his physical characteristic is a varicose ulcer above his right
ankle, “and had a varicose ulcer above his right ankle” (page. 5, paragraph. 2),
“His veins had swelled with the effort of the cough, and the varicose ulcer had
started itching” (page. 27, paragraph. 1)
           There is not specific explanation about his education, but he is a man
who works in a department of the government of the country, “ It was nearly
eleven hundred, and in the Records Department, where Winston worked” (page.
11, paragraph. 2), we know that not all people can get good job that is like
Winston’s job, indeed the people must have a good education.
           About his origin, he comes from England, and he was British, “It had
been called England or Britain, though London, he felt fairly certain, had always
been called London. (page. 27, paragraph. 5), from the quotation above, we can
make conclusion that Winston comes from England, and the setting of the story
is in England.



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         He has bad personality because he didn’t mind working in record
department with the party and he forged a lot of history, and changed news in
newspaper, and often support party decision, even though he wanted to rebel but
it’s caused by his sex desire with Julia. “Winston’s job was to rectify the original
figures by making them agree with the letter ones. As for the third message, it
referred to a very simple error which could be set the Ministry of plenty had
issued a promise (a”categorical pledge” were the official word) that there would
be no reduction of the chocolate ration during 1984. actually, as Winston was
aware, the chocolate ration was to be reduced from thirty grams to twenty at the
end of the present week. All that was needed was to substitute for the original
promise warning that it would probably be necessary to reduce the ration at some
time in April” (page 32, paragraph. 3).
   Dominat image
         The dominant image that used to depict the character of Winston is
active, strong, and aggressive. He is an active man in the record department, and
he is an aggressive man, especially his desire with a woman, he always try to
meet with Julia and make sexual activity with her. “Winston’s greatest pleasure
in his life is working, most of it was a tedious routine, but included in it there were
also jobs so difficult and intricate that you could lose yourself in them as in the
depths of a mathematic problem” (page 36, paragraph. 2), “it was physical
problem that had to be solved: how to get in touch with the girl and arrange a
meeting. (page. 84, paragraph. 1), “the youthful body was strained against hi
own, the mass of the dark hair was against his face, and yes! Actually she had
turned her face up and he was kissing the wide red mouth. She had clasped her
arms about his neck, she was calling him darling, precious one. He had pulled her
down on to the ground, she was utterly unresisting, he could do what he liked with
her” (page 92, paragraph. 3).
         He looks like a tiger too, because he wanted to make rebellion to the
party, however he got in prison, if we analyze, one of his reason why he would
like to make rebellion is his sexual desire with Julia, we have known that the
party forbade a single man to make love with a single woman. “the aim of the



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party was not merely to prevent men and women from forming loyalties which it
might not be able to control. Its real, undeclared purpose was to remove all
pleasure from the sexual act. Not love so much as eroticism was the enemy. (page.
52, paragraph. 1).
   b. Supporting character
        1. Julia
   Profile
         She is twenty six years old and lived in a hostel, and she has a good
position in the government department, she works on the novel-writing machines
in the fiction department. “Julia was twenty six years old. She lived in a hostel
with the thirty other girls (“always in the stink of women! How I hate women!”
she said parenthetically), and she worked , as he had guessed, on the novel-
writing machines in the fiction department” (page. 99, paragraph. 3).
         Her physical appearance, she has white skin, “A kind of fever seized him
at the thought that he might lose her, the white youthful body might slip away
from him.” (page. 84, paragraph. 1), Julia had black hair, “, the mass of the dark
hair was against his face,(page 92, paragraph. 3).
         About her education, there is not the specific explanation about her
education, but we can make conclusion that she had good educations, because she
works     on the novel-writing machines in the fiction department. “Julia was
twenty six years old. She lived in a hostel with the thirty other girls (“always in
the stink of women! How I hate women!” she said parenthetically), and she
worked , as he had guessed, on the novel-writing machines in the fiction
department” (page. 99, paragraph. 3). About her family, there is not specific
explanation about her family.
         Julia has bad personalities, she is the member of an organization of
Anti-sex league, but on the contrary she often does the sexual activities with a lot
of men. “It’s the bloody thing that does it,” she said, ripping off the scarlet sash
of the junior Anti-sex League and flinging it onto a bough” (page. 93, paragraph.
3), “ Actually I am that sort girl, to look at. I’m good at games. I was a troop
leader in the spies. I do voluntary work three evenings a week for the Junior Anti-



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Sex League.” (page 93, paragraph. 4). From these quotations, we can know that
Julia is the member of Junior Anti-sex League, but on the contrary she often do
sexual activities with a lot of men, we can know from this quotation that explain
about Winston’s conversation with Julia when they made sexual activities in a
secret place, “Have you done this before?”, “Of course,. Hundred of times-well,
scores of times, any way.”, “with the party member?”, “Yes, always with Party
members.”. “With member of the Inner Party?”, “Not with those swine, no, but
there is plenty that would if they got half a chance. They’re not so holy as they
make out.” (page. 96, paragraph. 1).
   Dominant images
         The dominant image of Julia’s character is aggressive images, and a liar.
We can call her a liar, because she is a member of Junior Anti-sex League, but she
often does free sex with a lot of men, “Have you done this before?”, “Of course,.
Hundred of times-well, scores of times, any way.”, “with the party member?”,
“Yes, always with Party members.”. “With member of the Inner Party?”, “Not
with those swine, no, but there is plenty that would if they got half a chance.
They’re not so holy as they make out.” (page. 96, paragraph. 1).
         She is an aggressive and a brave woman, because she asked Winston to
meet her and decoyed him to do sexual activities with her, “Can you hear me?”,
“Yes.” “Can you get Sunday afternoon off?” “Yes.”. “Then listen carefully.
You’ll have to remember this. Go to Paddington Station______” with a short of
military precision that astonished him, she outlined the route that he was to
follow.” (page. 88, paragraph. 3-4)




       2. Mrs. Parson
   Profile
         She is thirty years old, “She was a woman about thirty, but looking much
older.” (page. 19, paragraph. 1), she is Winston neighbor, and her flat is not far
from Winston’s flat, “It was Mrs. Parson, the wife of a neighbor on the same
floor” (page. 18, paragraph. 8). She has wispy hair and a lined face, “A colorless,



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crushed looking woman, with wispy hair and a lined face.” (page. 18, paragraph.
6).
           Her personality is weak woman, she can not educate her sons well, and
she always depends on Tom (her oldest son) to clean her house, “Of course, if
Tom was home he’d put it right in a moment,”. She said. “He loves anything like
that. He’s ever so good with his hand, Tom is.” (page. 19, paragraph. 6).
      Dominant image
           The dominant image of this character is passive, because she can not do
her job as a house wife well.
         3. Mr. Parson
      Profile
           He is Winston’s friend in the Ministry of Truth, and his physical
appearance is fattish. He is diligent worker, “Parson was Winston’s fellow
employee at the Ministry of Truth. He was a fattish but active man paralyzing
stupidity,” (page. 19, paragraph. 7)
           About his education, the writer is sure that he has good educations,
because he works in the Ministry of Truth. And there is not the specific
explanation about his age.
           About his personality, he is a man who completely unquestioning and
devoted drudges on whom, ““Parson was Winston’s fellow employee at the
Ministry of Truth. He was a fattish but active man paralyzing stupidity, a mass of
imbecile enthusiasms, one of those completely unquestioning, devoted drudges to
whom,, more even than on the Thought Police. ” (page. 19, paragraph. 7)




      Dominant image
           This character depicts a passive and a weak man, ““Parson was
Winston’s fellow employee at the Ministry of Truth. He was a fattish but active
man paralyzing stupidity, a mass of imbecile enthusiasms, one of those completely
unquestioning, devoted drudges to whom,, more even than on the Thought Police.
” (page. 19, paragraph. 7)



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       4. O’Brien
   Profile
         There is not the specific explanation about his age, but his physical
appearance is a large, burly man with a thick neck and a coarse, humorous, and
brutal face, “O’Brien was a large, burly man with a thick neck and a coarse,
humorous, and brutal face.” (page. 11, paragraph. 3)
         He is a British, and he has good education, because he is a Party
member, and has an important position in the Party, “The other person was a man
named O’Brien, a member of the Inner Party and holder of some post so
important” (page. 11, paragraph. 3).
         About his personality, he is nasty, because he tortured Winston when
Winston was in prison, “He started and almost cried out. A pang of pain had shot
through his body. O’Brien had pushed the lever of the dial up to thirty-five.”
(page. 200, paragraph. 2)
   Dominant image
         The dominant image of this character is like a tiger, strong, and active.
He is a man who has important position in the Party, it means that he is an active
man who can work hard for the Party.
       5. Police men
         This character is showed when they surrounded the house where
Winston and Julia meet each other. “the house is surrounded.” Said Winston,
”The house is surrounded,” said the voice. “he heard Julia snap her teeth
together. “I suppose we may as well say good-by,” she said.” (page. 169,
paragraph. 3). The dominant image of this character is rude and assertive,
because they are police men.
       C. Character Relationship
         Julia is Winston’s girlfriend, and Mrs. Parson is Mr. Parson’s wife, and
they are Winston’s neighbor. Mr. Parson is Winston’s friend in the Ministry of
Truth, O’Brien is a man who has important position in the Party, he is Winston’s
friend, but actually he is the a secret agent that works for the Party to spy Winston




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and Julia who want to make rebellion. The police men are people who surrounded
the house where Winston and Julia meet.


III. The characters of race how are they depicted?
             Some of characters in this novel depicted people in Indonesia who work
in government. One of the example is Antasari Azhar who had been the leader of
KPK, but he did corruption. If we connect this situation with Julia who has been
the member of Junior Anti-Sex League, but she often do free sex with the
members of the Party and with Winston, too. However the case between Antasari
and Julia is different but the characteristic of their character is not contrary
different.
             If we connect the political situation in the novel with the political
situation in Indonesia when was in Suharto era, the situation is not quite different.
In the Suharto era, the political system is dominated with the elite politic, there is
not freedom for press. In this novel there is not freedom for the press to write
something, because if the items that have been written by the press and the Party
thinks that is danger and can make rebellion, the items will be erased. “the
process of continuous alteration was applied not only to newspaper, but to books,
periodicals, pamphlet, poster, leaflets, films, soundtrack, cartoon, photograph, to
every kind of literature or documentation which might conceivably hold any
political or ideological signifance. Day y day and almost minute by minute the
past was brought up to date. In this way every prediction made by the party could
be shown by documentary evidence to have been correct, nor was any item of
news, or any expression of opinion, which conflicted with the need of the moment,
ever allowed to remain on record. All history was a palimpsest, scraped clean
and reinscribed exactly as often as necessary. ( page 33, paragraph 2)
IV. Synopsis of novel
    a. Chart of plot
1. How does the novel begin?
             This novel begins with the story of the political situation in England, the
Party arrange all the situation in the country with bad political systems.



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            The political system of the party is not good, and gives so many bad
effects to the society. The party has slogan or motto “War is peace, freedom is
slavery, ignorance is strength” (paragraph 2, page 7).
            These words are the official slogans of the Party, and are inscribed in
massive letters on the white pyramid of the Ministry of Truth, By weakening the
independence and strength of individuals’ minds and forcing them to live in a
constant state of propaganda-induced fear, the Party is able to force its subjects to
accept anything it decrees, even if it is entirely illogical—for instance, the
Ministry of Peace is in charge of waging war, the Ministry of Love is in charge of
political torture, and the Ministry of Truth is in charge of doctoring history books
to reflect the Party’s ideology.
            That the national slogan of Oceania is equally contradictory is an
important testament to the power of the Party’s mass campaign of psychological
control. In theory, the Party is able to maintain that “War Is Peace” because
having a common enemy keeps the people of Oceania united. “Freedom Is
Slavery” because, according to the Party, the man who is independent is doomed
to fail. By the same token, “Slavery Is Freedom,” because the man subjected to
the collective will is free from danger and want. “Ignorance Is Strength” because
the inability of the people to recognize these contradictions cements the power of
the authoritarian regime.
            The political system that made by the party also give bad effect to
newspaper or the party arrange about the news and can change news that will
published by the newspaper, we can make conclusion that there is not the freedom
of press.
            “the process of continuous alteration was applied not only to
newspaper, but to books, periodicals, pamphlet, poster, leaflets, films, soundtrack,
cartoon, photograph, to every kind of literature or documentation which might
conceivably hold any political or ideological signifance. Day y day and almost
minute by minute the past was brought up to date. In this way every prediction
made by the party could be shown by documentary evidence to have been correct,
nor was any item of news, or any expression of opinion, which conflicted with the



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need of the moment, ever allowed to remain on record. All history was a
palimpsest, scraped clean and reinscribed exactly as often as necessary. ( page
33, paragraph 2)
          From the quotation above, we can know that the party lead the
government badly. From this situation, Winston Smith is as b a low-ranking
member of the ruling Party in London, in the nation of Oceania. He hate the
system that is made by the party. Winston feels frustrated by the oppression and
rigid control of the Party, which prohibits free thought, sex, and any expression of
individuality. That’s why he would like to make rebellion. He mind doing his job
as a man who change the history based on the party’s need. And the effect of this,
he is put in prison and get
          “And perhaps you might pretend, afterwards, that it was only a trick and
that you just said it to make them stop and didn’t really mean it. But that isn’t
true. At the time when it happens you do mean it. You think there’s no other way
of saving yourself and you’re quite ready to save yourself that way. You want it to
happen to the other person. You don’t give a damn what they suffer. All you care
about is yourself. ( book 3, chapter 6).
          The other political system of the party that make and give bad
psychological to the society special for the children.
          “Nearly all children nowadays were horrible. What was worst of all was
that by means of such organizations as the spies they were systematically turned
into ungovernable little savages, and yet this produces in them no tendency what
ever to rebel the against the discipline of the party”.(page 21, paragraph 8)
          The party was set the children to be a bad boy and then be a bad man.
Indeed, this situation has mad the psychology of the children to be worst.
          From the explanation above we can make conclusion that the story in
1984 novel tell about the political system that is made by the party to govern the
country, and the system has given so many bad effect to the society. The party
made so many political policy, and one of the purpose was to prevent and to avoit
rebellion that would be made by the people who disliked with the political system
of the party.



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         In the situations, there is a man who mentioned in the beginning of the
story. His mane is Winston Smith. Winston Smith is a low-ranking member of the
ruling Party in London, in the nation of Oceania. Everywhere Winston goes, even
his own home, the Party watches him through telescreens; everywhere he looks he
sees the face of the Party’s seemingly omniscient leader, a figure known only as
Big Brother. The Party controls everything in Oceania, even the people’s history
and language. Currently, the Party is forcing the implementation of an invented
language called Newspeak, which attempts to prevent political rebellion by
eliminating all words related to it. Even thinking rebellious thoughts is illegal.
“There was one on the house front immediately opposite, Big Brother
WATCHING YOU.” (page. 6, paragraph. 1), “the telescreen received and
transmitted simultaneously. Any sound that Winston made, above the level of a
very low whisper, would be picked up by it” (page. 6. paragraph. 2)
         Because of the situation above, Winston get stress, and has plan to make
rebellion. One reason for Winston’s rebellion, and eventual downfall, is his sense
of fatalism—his intense (though entirely justified) paranoia about the Party and
his overriding belief that the Party will eventually catch and punish him. As soon
as he writes “DOWN WITH BIG BROTHER” in his diary, Winston is positive
that the Thought Police will quickly capture him for committing a thought crime
         In the book one, not only tell about political situation of the country and
Winston, in this chapter also tell about the introduction of some supporting
characters, they are MR and Mrs. Parson, O’Brien. “She was a woman about
thirty, but looking much older.” (page. 19, paragraph. 1), she is Winston
neighbor, and her flat is not far from Winston’s flat, “It was Mrs. Parson, the
wife of a neighbor on the same floor” (page. 18, paragraph. 8). She has wispy
hair and a lined face, “A colorless, crushed looking woman, with wispy hair and a
lined face.” (page. 18, paragraph. 6). This quotation is the introduction of Mr,
and Mrs. Parson. “O’Brien was a large, burly man with a thick neck and a coarse,
humorous, and brutal face.” (page. 11, paragraph. 3). This quotation is in chapter
1, and it is the introduction of O’Brien.




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2. How is the conflict introduced? What is the conflict? And which
   Characters are involved?
          Winston meets Julia, and they make love relationship. As we know that
Party forbids a man and a woman to make love relationship. So they often meet in
a secret place. “Don’t go out into the open. There might be someone watching.
We’re all right if we keep behind the boughs” (page. 94, paragraph. 2)
         Winston often do sexual activities with Julia, and we know that Party
forbid it. One day, when Winston and Julia are in a house, there are polices who
surrounded the house and caught them, “the house is surrounded.” Said Winston,
”The house is surrounded,” said the voice. “he heard Julia snap her teeth
together. “I suppose we may as well say good-by,” she said.” (page. 169,
paragraph. 3), and this is the beginning of the conflict, after that Winston and
Julia are in flowed into prison. “Smith!” yelled a voice from the telescreen. “6079
Smith W! hands out of pockets in the cells” (page. 172, paragraph. 5)
         The characters who are involved in the conflict are Winston, Julia,
Police, and there is O’Brien in the climax of the conflict.
3. The climax of the conflict
         The climax of the conflict is showed when Winston is in prison, and he
is interrogated by O’Brien why he made love relationship with Julia, and O’Brien
asks him about the rebellion that he wanted to make. “He was lying on something
that felt like a camp bed, except that it was off the ground and that he was fixed
down in some way so that he could not move. Light that seemed stronger than
usual was falling on his face. O’Brien was standing at his side, looking down at
him intently. At the other side of him stood a man in a white coat, holding a
hypodermic syringe.” (page. 182, paragraph. 7)
         O’Brien interrogated Winston rudely, , “He started and almost cried
out. A pang of pain had shot through his body. O’Brien had pushed the lever of
the dial up to thirty-five.” (page. 200, paragraph. 2), and Winston is put in 101
room. “He released Winston with a little push toward the guards.” “Room 101,”
he said.” (page. 214, paragraph. 8). That is the conflict resolved.




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4. The end of the story
           The end of this story is showed in chapter 6 of book three. Winston’s
time in the café following his release from prison, including the memory of his
meeting with Julia. “Winston sat in his usual corner, gazing into an empty glass.
Now and again he glanced up at a vast face which eyed him from the opposite
wall. Big Brother is watching you, the caption said. Unbidden, a waiter came and
filled his glass up with victory gin, shaking into it a few drops from another bottle
with a quill through the cork. It was saccharine flavored with cloves, the specially
of the café.” (page. 218, paragraph. 4)
           Winston become a drunkard, he drinks wine a lot, and at the end of the
story he was crying when he drunk. “O stubborn, self willed exile from the loving
breast! Two gin-scented fears trickled down the sides of his nose. But it was all
right, everything was all right, the struggle was finished. He had won the victory
over himself.” (page. 226, paragraph. 2)
V. Issues presented in the novel
           To analyze this novel the writer will use Mimetic in Abram’s theory.
We know that Mimetic theory based on Abram is the relationship between the
literary work with the real life, and one of way to analyze it is by using historical
approach. We know that
           Orwell designed 1984 to sound the alarm in Western nations still unsure
about how to approach the rise of communism.
            In 1949, the Cold War had not yet escalated, many American
intellectuals supported communism, and the state of diplomacy between
democratic and communist nations was highly ambiguous. In the American press,
the Soviet Union was often portrayed as a great moral experiment. , and seems to
have been particularly concerned by the role of technology in enabling oppressive
governments to monitor and control their citizens.1
           If we see the situation in 1949, during the cold war, most of American
intellectuals supported communism, and in the American press often wrote about
the Soviet Union that often monitor and control their citizens, and it’s clear that in

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1984, all the citizens, including Winston are monitored by the government by
using telescreen. “There was one on the house front immediately opposite, Big
Brother WATCHING YOU.” (page. 6, paragraph. 1), “the telescreen received
and transmitted simultaneously. Any sound that Winston made, above the level of
a very low whisper, would be picked up by it” (page. 6. paragraph. 2)
           The title of the novel was meant to indicate to its readers in 1949 that the
story represented a real possibility for the near future: if totalitarianism were not
opposed, the title suggested, some variation of the world described in the novel
could become a reality in only thirty-five years. Orwell portrays a state in which
government monitors and controls every aspect of human life to the extent that
even having a disloyal thought is against the law.


George Orwell’s biography

          Orwell began supporting himself by writing book reviews for the New
English Weekly until 1940. During World War II he was a member of the Home
Guard and in 1941 began work for the BBC Eastern Service, mostly working on
programmes to gain Indian and East Asian support for Britain's war efforts. He
was well aware that he was shaping propaganda, and wrote that he felt like "an
orange that's been trodden on by a very dirty boot." Despite the good pay, he
resigned in 1943 to become literary editor of Tribune, the left-wing weekly then
edited by Aneurin Bevan and Jon Kimche. Orwell contributed a regular column
entitled 'As I Please.2


          In 1944 Orwell finished his anti-Stalinist allegory Animal Farm, which
was published the following year with great critical and popular success. The
royalties from Animal Farm provided Orwell with a comfortable income for the
first time in his adult life. From 1945 Orwell was the Observer's war
correspondent and later contributed regularly to the Manchester Evening News.
He was a close friend of the Observer's editor/owner, David Astor and his ideas

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had a strong influence on Astor's editorial policies. In 1949 his best-known work,
the dystopian Nineteen Eighty-Four, was published. He wrote the novel during his
stay on the island of Jura, off the coast of Scotland.

               In 1949 Orwell was approached by a friend, Celia Kirwan, who
had just started working for a Foreign Office unit, the Information Research
Department, which had been set up by the Labour government to publish pro-
democratic and anti-communist propaganda. He gave her a list of 37 writers and
artists he considered to be unsuitable as IRD authors because of their pro-
communist leanings. The list, not published until 2003, consists mainly of
journalists (among them the editor of the New Statesman, Kingsley Martin) but
also includes the actors Michael Redgrave and Charlie Chaplin. Orwell's motives
for handing over the list are unclear, but the most likely explanantion is the
simplest: that he was helping out a friend in a cause - anti-Stalinism - that both
supported. There is no indication that Orwell ever abandoned the democratic
socialism that he consistently promoted in his later writings - or that he believed
the writers he named should be suppressed. Orwell's list was also accurate: the
people on it had all at one time or another made pro-Soviet or pro-communist
public pronouncements.

       Orwell died at the age of 46 from tuberculosis which he had probably
contracted during the period described in Down and Out in Paris and London. He
was in and out of hospitals for the last three years of his life. Having requested
burial in accordance with the Anglican rite, he was interred in All Saints'
Churchyard, Sutton Courtenay, Oxfordshire with the simple epitaph: Here lies
Eric Arthur Blair, born June 25th 1903, died January 21st 1950.


                                   CHAPTER II
                                     CLOSING
         Literature is the result of human’s mind, literature can be used to explore
all our ideas about something that we feel or about something that in or happened




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in this world. One of the example of a literary work is 1984 novel by George
Orwell.
          The writer have analyze a lot of aspect in this novel, for example the
characters, the plot of this novel the issues that are in this novel.
          The writer realizes that this paper has not been perfect, that’s why the
writer always need critics, suggestion, or comments from all the readers. And the
writer would like to say thank you very much to Mr. Bahren Nurdin. SS who has
given me time to percentage this paper. The writer does hope this paper can give
useful things to all readers.
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