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ATAR notes text guide : Nineteen eighty-four by George Orwell

Najdovska, Aleksandra2019
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The titles in the ATAR Notes Text Guides series cover everything you need to know for your set texts. Written by some of the best English students in the country, these books do the hard work for you: condensing all of the important details in your text, and providing you with sophisticated analysis you can use in your own essays. Focusing on "Nineteen eighty-four" by George Orwell, a dystopian novella originally published in 1949, which follows the life of Winston Smith, a low ranking member of 'the Party', who is frustrated by the omnipresent eyes of the party, and its ominous ruler Big Brother. 'Big Brother' controls every aspect of people's lives. Winston Smith is an ordinary man struggling against the overwhelming power of a totalitarian state. In this study of political corruption, Orwell explores themes which touch on the deepest philosophical concerns of mankind. This ATAR study guide book contains: A thorough summary and analysis of the entire text - Insightful dissections of the characters, key themes, and structural features - A comprehensive quote bank - Exemplary sample essays with commentary designed to help you increase your English examination marks - Highlighted vocabulary words to learn and integrate - Plus valuable advice from a high-scoring former student who shares their tips and tricks for success, and more.
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