What inspired George Orwell to write the novel 1984?

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Big Brother resembles Joseph Stalin; the Party's archenemy,
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1984 is possibly the definitive dystopian novel, set in a world beyond our imagining. A world where totalitarianism really is total, all power split into three roughly equal groups...... More »
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George Orwell wrote 1984 to show that all governments were the same. Each and every government has the same goal, to gain power and control,and that was his main reason for writing
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It wasn't enthralling, I read half of it and couldn't go on because it was so boring..
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As the overalls were the same for all outer party members - male and female - its howed a sense of equality. No one was better than anyone else. It also made sure that everyone looked
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