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Transcript of FINAL JKJ Project

“A love for nature keeps no factories busy. " (18) BNW Propaganda Heirarchy/ Uniform Zip, Zip, Zip... Bokanovsky Process "What appealed to him about it was not so much its beauty as the air it seemed to possess of belonging to an age quite different from the present one." (99)
Exploration. Curiosity. Innocence. Truth “It’s a church, or at least it used to be...” (153) L L “The lower the class the shorter the oxygen,” and so affected the brain with less intelligence. (7) BNW = Malthusian Belts Anti-Sex League Sash = SOMA
"Lottery was the principal if not the only reason for remaining alive. It was their delight, their folly, their anodyne, their intellectual stimulant." (89) 1984 Diary knowledge is power.... Rebellion Villain Allusions, References... John the Savage hangs himself 1984 Winston Smith explains the distorted life everyone lives
Big Brother is introduced
Party Slogan
Writing in the diary Julia the Waist-down Rebel
Worked in the Ministry of Truth, Records
Ms. Parsons and her Kids Mr. Charrington and the room
Rendevous and Sex
The Brotherhood
The Book "I bet those pictures have bugs"
- Julia CAPTURE Winston and Julia are apprehended by the Thought Police and are taken down to Miniluv The Torture Interrogation Hope Love Will Power Madness Return to Society BETRAYAL Converted into a follower of Big Brother 2 + 2 = 5 The Island The facility where the clones live Delta and Echo Daily life of the 'survivors' The Lottery
Director Grande escape with Jordan
Uncovering the truth behind the facility
Phone call and Jordan's daughter
Finding out about Lincoln's self Chase Lincoln and Lincoln face off The arm bracelet Return to facility for a grand rescue of the clones The clones strive to live in their new world BNW Bernard and Lenina Creation of society Soma and the lifestyles Savage Reservation Meeting John and his mother Counters DHC
Society lauds John and Bernard gains fame
Linda, John's mother, becomes a soma addict Linda succumbs to soma and dies
John leaves Bernard
Helmholtz leaves Bernard Bernard is an outcast. Again John has an arguement with Mond
Mond wins John retreats to a lighthouse in an effort to elude society
He accidentally hurts his beloved in a soma orgy induced rage
John decides to escape society once more John does not see his love's tears A group of people gather to see John.... Limited Omniscient (Winston) Third Person Limited Omniscient
Everyone's thoughts can be seen but to only a small extent Controversy 1984
- Has very heavy anti-tolitarianism views (Mostly Communist)
- Orwell defends his pro democratic socialist views and is border line spreading his views as more favorable, against totalitarianism
- Some find it pro-communist
- Some say it's facist (However, Orwell counters that with his famous quote The word 'facism' is almost entirely meaningless)
- Also challenged on numerous occasions for sexuality BNW
- Promoting 'negative activity'
- Sexual
- An issue with plagerism The Island
- Lawsuits were filed against the movie because of plagerism to many
books that have resemblance to the story and plot. Including BNW. Pornosec=Feelies
“sensational five-cent novelettes, films, oozing with sex…"(46) 1948 ....kind of Suggestive. Stimulating. Erotic?...yes "The party was trying to kill the sex instinct, or, if it could not be killed, then to distort it and dirty it." (1984)

Brave New World published 1932 1939-1945 WW2 1984 published 1949 Re History
Unpersons-Stalin Anti Heros "I Brought you into this world... and i can take you out of it." Merrick, 'The Island'
"people simply disappeared, always during the nigh. your name was removed from the registers, every record of everything you had ever done was wiped out, your one time existence was denied and then forgotten. you were abolished, annihilated; vaporized...” 'Chapter 1, 1984' [Government] “And what he wanted, more even than to be loved, was to break down that wall of virtue, even if it were only once in his whole life. The sexual act, successfully performed, was rebellion. Desire was thoughtcrime.” (pg.71 “1984”) IMAGERY page 62
The canteen…“A low-ceilinged, crowded room, its walls grimy from the contact of innumerable bodies; battered metal tables and chairs, placed so close together that you sat with elbows touching; bent spoons, dented trays, coarse white mugs; all surafes greasy, grime in every crack; a sourish, composite smell of bad gin and bad coffee and metallic stew and dirty clothes. Always in your stomach and in your skin there was a sort of protest, a feeling that you had been cheated of something that you had a right to.” (62) 1984 His heart leapt. Scores of times she had done it: ... more I love you. Do you understand that?" (2.2.54-55, Winston) Man Made "Cold for all the summer beyond the pans, for all the Topical heat of the room it's self...the overalls of the workers were white, their hands gloved a pale corpse- colored rubber. The light was frozen, dead, a ghost." pg.1 BNW "We can make a new one with the greatest ease- as many as we like, Unorthodoxy threatens more than life of a mere individual; it strikes at society itself” (ch.8, BNW) Terrorism
1984 The Island Brave New World "There were those strange rumors of old forbidden books in a safe in the Controller's study. Bibles, poetry..." (29) BNW Brave New World Love 1984 The Island Brave New World 1984 The Island The Island Brave New World 1984 Brave New World 1984 The Island clones are disposible
Dreams "It's always the same dream- I'm on a boat, headed to The Island...(then) I drown." -Lincoln 6 Echo The dream of golden country..."The girl with dark hair was coming towards him across the field...what seemed a single movement she tore off her clothes and flung then disdainfully...but it aroused no desire in him, indeed he barely looked at it (with)...instant ..admiration for the gesture..." of throwing off her clothes. (33) 1984
The bible, poetry..all forbidden “If our young people need distraction, they can get it at the feelies. We don’t encourage them to indulge in any solitary amusements.” (142) BNW Symbolism
Lincoln questions the facility and his identity 1984 has strong views on oppresion and does not care
other peoples emotions BNW takes the happiness of the people more to heart 1984, control and censoring through power
BNW, control abd censoring through attaining the happiness of the people Character Setting/Tone/Imagery Conflict -“Why didn’t you give her a good shove?
- I would have.
- Yes dear, you would have. I would have, if i’d been the same person then as i am now. Or perhaps i would....
- Are you sorry you didn’t?
- Yes. On a whole I’m sorry I didn’t” [Pg. 141, 1984] "That revolting creature!... It suddenly occurred to Bernard that very revoltingness might prove an enormous asset." [BNW pg 120] ‘Your not real. You’re copies of people out here in the world” McCord, The Island Isolation Questioning Morals Person vs. person/ environment Person vs. Self Person vs. society Leaders= Creators Person vs. person/ environment Dreams = Wonder Person vs. self Person vs. Self Person vs. society Person vs. self Person vs. person/ environment isolation unique Person vs. person/ environment Wonder Morals Person vs. society To Have sex or not to have sex, that is the question. "Books and loud noises, flowers and electric shocks- already in the infant mind these couples were compromisingly linked; and after two hundred repetitions of the same or a similar leasson would be weedded indissolubl. whata man has joined, nature is powerless to put asunder." [Pg. 17, BWN] "Sexual intercourse was to be looked on as a slightly disgusting minor operation...The junior Anti-Sex League which advocated complete celibacy for both sexes." (69) 1984 "You' re a traitor!...You're a thought-criminal! You're a Eurasian spy!" (25) 1984 Drug Happiness Bernard practically ruins a lot of people's live Both gave off a pessimistic view on governments Genetic science Censoring of motherhood and religious practices In order to gain or achieve our ideals, we sacrifice something greater.
Such an indifferent mindset creates turmoil within the next generations
that repeat and worsen our harmful habits; becoming inevitable to avoid
the problem. 1984, In order to gain control and an idealistic society where there is one central power, the people live in a dysfunctional utopia devoid of freedoms and individuality. Theme BNW, Sacrificed true happiness and equality for a temporary happiness and twisted egalitarian laws. The Island, Clones sacrifice their lives and hopes to the 'Island,' which is actually a health insurance client looking to prolong their life. "people wanna eat the burger doesn't mean they wanna meet the cow. “ McCord, The Island Deposable and Replaceable Setting/ Imagery Setting/ Imagery Tone Tone cloning
"Why is my insurance policy sitting on my ....sofa"- Lincoln (original) Winston Lincon Brenard Jordan Julia Lenina Big Brother Merrick “Ending is Better then mending. The More Stitches, the less riches...”[pg.42, BNW] suppressing options lack of “Who here decided that everyone likes tofu in the first place…? Why can’t I have bacon? I line up every morning, and I’m not allowed any bacon for my breakfast.” - Lincoln THE CHOICES Ministry of Truth = all lies
Ministry of Love= what love?!
Ministry of Peace =What war?
Ministry of Plenty…plenty of shortages?
“ At any given moment there were some necessary article which the Party shops were unable to supply. Sometimes it was buttons, sometimes it was darning wool, sometimes it was showlaces; at present it was razor blades.” (51) 1984
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