Sunday, October 30, 2016

Stalin\'s Soviet Union and the World of 1984

There ar many aspects to the tier 1984 that sens be closely tie in to historical events. In 1984 oesophagus Orwell depicts a world with very close ties to Stalins Soviet junction but in a very different term setting. Both worlds show a disposal in dread of losing power and using identical methods like; erasing the past, dominanceling the media, and having a strong figurehead draw to try and maintain falsify of their worlds.\nWho controls the past controls the future: who controls the testify controls the past.  (Orwell 37) This quotation taken from the story 1984 is the callers quote. The party debates that in govern to keep control in the future they need to control the past. Stalin also functioned on these beliefs; Stalin assay to rewrite the past to his avail by creating movies of historical events by placing himself as important roles when in reality he had micro or no contact with the matter. The parties in 1984 lied some their allies. The party claimed that the country had ever so been in alliance with the aforesaid(prenominal) country. In reality the party had switched allies and rewrote the past to orison to the population. These to worlds were built on a foundation of lies that their governments had fed them. These governments believed that the peck would soon forget the righteousness and would learn to accept and believe the new past.\nIn entrap to enforce the belief of a false past the worlds of 1984 and Stalins Soviet Union relied heavily on the control of the media. Neither worlds wanted the media to intervene with their lies, so quite of allowing freedom of speech or press these worlds controlled the media. Anything that was: written, filmed or any other full treatment of art had to be clear or edited forwards the final product could be released. A prime congressman of this is how Stalin had to approve every paint of him in order to keep his image strong and perfect. This favourable reception process was als o apply in the world of 1984. The government had to re...

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