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1984- Part One. Writing Exercises. THEMES & MOTIFS. 5 sentence minimum. Use Elements of Reasoning to respond to questions. Hope and Hopelessness Why does the Party actively encourage one and discourage the other? Memory and Belief Are either as malleable as Orwell suggests?

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1984 part one

1984- Part One

Writing Exercises


Themes motifs
THEMES & MOTIFS

5 sentence minimum. Use Elements of Reasoning to respond to questions.

  • Hope and Hopelessness

    Why does the Party actively encourage one and discourage the other?

  • Memory and Belief

    Are either as malleable as Orwell suggests?

  • Ideals and Realities

    Do people really trust the Party to live up to its pledges when it routinely fails to do so?

  • Power and Independence

    Why do people allow the Party to steal both from them? Is it a worthwhile deal?


Themes motifs1
THEMES & MOTIFS

5 sentence minimum. Use Elements of Reasoning to respond to questions.

  • Instinct and Human Nature

    How human are Oceania’s citizens? What have they lost?

  • Sex, Desire, and Chastity

    How does the Party benefit by poisoning sexual desire?

  • Family, Love, and Sacrifice

    How does the concept of family threaten the Party?


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THEMES & MOTIFS

5 sentence minimum. Use Elements of Reasoning to respond to questions.

  • The Past, Present, and Future

    Why does the “Who controls the present…” quote make sense?

  • Risk and Fear

    Are either beneficial to humanity?

  • Happiness, Intelligence, and Orthodoxy

    What’s the triangular relationship between the three in Oceanian society?