Orwell’s 1984. Purpose and Form. AO3 Show detailed understanding of the ways in which writers' choices of form , structure and language shape meanings A Grade:
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Purpose and Form
Combining political purpose with artistic instinct-
Animal Farm - Animal Fable
1984 - Dystopian Novel /
Dystopia = a perfect society gone wrong
Orwell warns against what could happen
in the future based on the atrocities and
dictators that gained power in WWII
regulate or brainwash society
questions the existing social and political systems.
What is Orwell’s ultimate message about
Therefore in 1984 : Form and structure depend upon one another
Work in pairs- compare/explain the ways in which the novel fits into each genre