SparkNotes: 1984 | George Orwell

When investigating the integrity of the overly patriotic country of Oceania in George Orwell's 1984, one discovers that there is an extreme lack of regard for the values which modern day citizens typically cherish.

SparkNotes: 1984: Character List

Oceania ("1984") from the story 1984 Essays by plinkplonk with 1,044 reads

SparkNotes: 1984: Plot Overview

He was an object of hatred more constant than either Eurasia or Eastasia, since when Oceania was at war with one of these Powers it was generally at peace with the other.

SparkNotes: 1984: Appendix: The Principles of Newspeak

In the Oceanic society Orwell explained that there were three classes of citizens: the Inner Party members like O?Brien, who had all the power, the Outer Party members like Winston and Julia, who worked for the government in one of the four Ministries and the ?proles?


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A list of all the characters in 1984