1984 BY GEORGE ORWELL
1984 BY GEORGE ORWELL AS DYSTOPIAN NOVEL
Orwell’s Dystopian Approach
George Orwell has a standing against the utopian approaches. The animal farm was drawing a picture exhibiting that there is no perfect democracy or management in the world. Pigs were vicious; however, the other animals who got the power from the pigs were not so different, because they got rid of the pigs when they got on the power in the farm. He has a dystopian approach to the world. Dystopian means the worst things are happening in the world. It is called anti-utopian. As known, the utopia is an ideal ...