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Question: Why should someone read 1984? How does it make you think and feel, how did it help you to understand others? To better understand “the other”, or simply to think differently?

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1984 is a powerful and thought-provoking read. Through the lens of a dystopian society, the book speaks to themes of power, surveillance, mass media control and governmental manipulation. It serves as a warning about the potential dangers of a totalitarian government and serves as a reminder to stay vigilant for the freedoms and rights that we have today. Additionally, 1984 encourages readers to reflect on the idea of “the other” and to think critically about how we view those that are different from us. It also encourages us to reflect on our own actions and the choices that we make and how they can impact the future. Through reading 1984, readers can gain a better understanding of how systems of power can be abused and gain insight into how censorship can lead to the suppression of truth.

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Jan. 18, 2023, 6:39 p.m.

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Published: Wednesday, January 18, 2023