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Comparing & Contrasting Heroes in Ken Kesey’s “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” & George Orwell’s “1984” / Concept of War as it Applies to ‘The Book’ in George Orwell’s “1984”

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A 4 page, two-part paper in which the first part compares and contrasts the heroes Randall McMurphy in Ken Kesey’s 1962 novel, 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest' with Winston Smith in George Orwell’s 1949 novel, '1984'; and the second part considers the concept of war as applied in ‘the book’ described in George Orwell’s '1984,' and as it is understood today. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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1984 & Animal Farm / Similarities in the Stories of George Orwell
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A 5 page examination of author George Orwell as a social critic who looked at the world from his own unique perspective. The writer describes how all of Orwell's novels are alike in that they are tales of solitary characters, each in one way or another an expression of Orwell himself, seen against backgrounds which are part of his own experience. Points are argued through a discussion of character & theme in 'Animal Farm' and '1984.' Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Orwell.wps

Honesty & Conflict in George Orwell’s Personal Narrative, “Shooting an Elephant”
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A 6 page paper which examines how George Orwell honestly depicts conflict and the contradictions of the human condition in his 1936 personal narrative essay, “Shooting an Elephant,” by specifically considering his depiction of British Imperialism and examples of the narrator (Orwell’s) own biased views about the Burmese. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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George Orwell's '1984' / The Future Is Now
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A 6 page paper highlighting the many ways in which Orwell's novel successfully predicted the world of today. It also explains how Orwell was able to do this so accurately, and even discusses some points which did not come true. Bibliography lists seven sources including Orwell's book.
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George Orwell's '1984' -- Is It Here?
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A 5 page paper on George Orwell's 1984. The writer argues that in many ways, Orwell's vision of the future is becoming a reality. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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George Orwell's '1984'
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A 6 page analysis of George Orwell's Classic '1984,' written from a sociopolitical perspective. The writer makes reference to the accuracies between Orwell's predictions and contemporary realities. No bibliography.
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George Orwell's '1984' / Did His Predictions Materialize ?
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This 5 page essay begins with the premise that Orwell did not intend to make predictions. Comparisons are then drawn between technological devices in 1984 and present day to demonstrate that however inadvertently, many of Orwell's 'predictions' did indeed come true. Bibliography included.
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Helen Sorrels' poem 'From A Correct Address in a Suburb of a Major City' & George Orwell's essay 'Shooting and Elephant'/Comparison, Contrast, & Analysis
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In 5 pages, the author analyzes , compares, and contrasts Helen Sorrells' poem 'From a Correct Address in a Suburb of a Major City' and George Orwell's 'Shooting an Elephant.' No sources cited.
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George Orwell's '1984' / The Theme Of Power
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9 pages in length. George Orwell may not have had any ability to see into the future, but when he penned his prophetic novel, 1984, he targeted a more accurate portrayal than anyone could have ever realized. The futuristic society, in which everyone's thoughts and actions are controlled by an oppressive, totalitarian government known as Big Brother, leaves little of the civilization one has come to know. The writer discusses the use of power within the novel, as well as associates it with both overt and subliminal application. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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George Orwell & His Views On The Decadence Of The English Language
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A 15 page overview of George Orwell's concerns regarding the degradation of the English language as evidenced by three of his works: Animal Farm, 1984, and the essay Politics & The English Language. Bibliography lists two additional resources.
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Orwell's "Down and Out in Paris and London"
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A seven page paper looking at this early work by George Orwell. The paper notes that the book is a memoir of an era in Orwell's life when he lived among the poor in these two cities, and scathingly lays the fate of the British street people at the feet of the upper classes of their society, who are so determined to keep the poor down. Bibliography lists three sources.
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Social Revolution in Orwell's 'Animal Farm' vs. Attenborough's 'Gandhi'
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A five page paper looking at George Orwell's 'Animal Farm' and Richard Attenborough's film version of Gandhi's life in terms of their approaches to social revolution. The paper observes that Orwell's revolution fails because it is unsuited to the needs of the people it claims to support; Gandhi's succeeds because it is precisely suited to the character of the Indian people. Bibliography lists one source.
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Dystopias in Orwell’s “1984” and Huxley’s “Brave New World”
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A five page paper looking at these two works (by George Orwell and Aldous Huxley, respectively), comparing and contrasting their futuristic utopias. The paper concludes that Huxley is more afraid of technology for its own sake, and Orwell is more afraid of totalitarianism, but the works have much in common. No other sources.
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George Orwell's '1984' / Themes Of Totalitarianism
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This 5 page paper suggests that Orwell's infamous work was about fears of Nazism and totalitarian leadership as opposed to an invasion of privacy. Examples are provided. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: 1984fear.wps

George Orwell’s “Animal Farm”
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This 6 page report discusses the 1946 classic “Animal Farm” and how it serves as an indictment of the totalitarian danger that exists in virtually all forms of supposed liberation. Orwell also expresses his opinions about nationalism, communism, capitalism and democracy and illustrates the potential for coercion and power grabbing in each. In other words, the possibility, in fact, the likelihood of power to corrupt must always be recognized in any system. No secondary sources.
Filename: BWfarm.rtf

George Orwell's '1984' / Warnings NOT Predictions
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A 10 page paper on this classic novel. The writer argues that Orwell wasn't making predictions for the future, but giving a warning as to what could happen. Setting, characters and symbolism in the novel are explored to illustrate this point. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
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George Orwell's 'Shooting An Elephant'
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A 2 page essay in which the writer argues that Orwell's 'Shooting An Elephant' had a two-part message; one social and the other political. The unwanted role of the British in India is made relevant to this insightful discussion. No Bibliography.
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Egalitarianism in Orwell's "1984" and Vonnegut's "Harrison Bergeron":
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A seven page paper looking at these two twentiethcentury works by George Orwell and Kurt Vonnegut, respectively, in terms of their evocation of the philosophy that all individuals should be made equal -- whether they're really equal or not. Bibliography lists seven sources.
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Class Warfare, Division of Labor and the Free Market
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A 5 page paper discussing free market philosophies of Karl Marx, Noam Chomsky, George Orwell and Adam Smith. Marx maintains that it is within the power of 'the people' to take control of the power structure controlling profits of owners at the expense of workers. However, Marx's 'the people' is little more than a euphemism for the state, the Big Brother of which Orwell so chillingly wrote. Chomsky espouses the same general attitude, but on a greatly expanded scale: multinational corporations are the owners of production; the people of Third World nations are those exploited and abused. He allows no credit for those people having intelligence of their own and the power to control their own destinies. It is the Smith model that survives as the most legitimate. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Animal Farm: From Literature to Film
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A 5 page paper which discusses the movie and the book "Animal Farm" by George Orwell and addresses why this, and books like "Bambi" and "Watership Down" are chosen to be movies, how they are altered to become movies, and why they are altered. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: RAanimal.wps

Critical Thinking: Distinguishing Between Correct Information, Misinformation and Outright Lies
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A 6 page review of the contemporary state of information presentation in the modern world. Makes the comparison between the modern world and those concepts depicted by George Orwell as Newspeak and Doublespeak. Acquaints technology with the increased propensity for misinformation and bias and provides several examples. Suggests that the discerning individual be aware of this trend and make informed decisions about which information to believe and which to discount as non-factual. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Politics And Communication
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A 3 page paper analyzing George Orwell's 'Politics and the English Language.' Using examples from contemporary politics, the paper wryly argues that both tact and diplomacy would be impossible if speakers were forced to tell the unvarnished truth. No additional sources cited.
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Ken Kesey's 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest'/ Heroism
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In 7 pages the author discusses the topic of heroism in 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest' by Ken Kesey. In this novel the story is presented through Chief Broom's (Bromden) eyes. Chief Broom is an Indian that has been receiving so-called treatments of electro-convulsion. The protagonist is Randle Patrick McMurphy. McMurphy is also the hero of the story, although his heroism is not what one would consider being 'normal' heroism. His heroism is because of his attempting to get the patients involved and because he is willing to stand up to the antagonist. Heroism in '1984' by George Orwell is also briefly discussed. No additional sources cited.
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