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At the beginning of the novel it is clear that protagonist Winston Smith remains incarcerated mentally and physically, which is reflected by the omniscient, authoritarian controls of Big Brother. This novel has a denouement that you will never forget. The concept of potential insurrectionism features as a prevailing theme amongst the students of the world and we are constantly presented with a juxtaposition of conformity and potential insurgence. As fire fighters destroy the literary outlets of their world, which are prohibited, a clandestine fight to protect and free the written word ensues. It is a novel that juxtaposes the individual thoughts, feelings and self-expression of protagonist D and the One State city in which freedoms and liberties are not permitted.
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As a life long learner, social chameleon, devoted skeptic and ethical hedonist, I am always interested in TV shows that offer much more than just mere entertainment. I am constantly after TV shows that try to stray from the banality of commercial guidelines and focus more on communicating bold and controversial messages. Even if these messages flirt with the idea of excessive honesty and cruel candidness. Such an idea is the idea of power and influence that is presented throughout the TV show, while the life of Francis Underwood is unfolded in our screen in an artistic way. Even though it is quite a controversial topic in our pursuit of a happy and purposeful life, the importance of power and influence while we try to survive and flourish in our existential paradigm cannot be understated. Whether their impact is manifested through the way we communicate with our peers, subordinates, and bosses or in the way we interact with our partners, friends, and relationships, power and influence are extremely valuable tools that define the level of success you seek in these interactions. The importance and necessity of these two forces is what inspired me to write this article.