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'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.
Filename: KBdwnout.wps

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.
Filename: KBanimal.wps

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.
Filename: KBorwel2.wps

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

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