1. George Orwell - 1984 (Deutsch/German)
  2. 10 Sites With Free German Ebooks Covering Over Thousands of Free Titles
  3. Free eBooks for iPad, Kindle & Other Devices | Open Culture
  4. George Orwell - 1984 (Deutsch/German)

This is a new typeset version of the German translation of George Orwell's book Download our free ePUB, PDF or MOBI eBooks to read on almost anything — your desktop, iPhone, iPad, Android phone or tablet, site Kindle and more. ePub - Mobi (Kindle) - PDF - HTML. Doyle, Arthur Conan - The .. ePub + Kindle Formats. Locke, John - An . Orwell, George - Kindle + Other Formats.

Language:English, Spanish, German
Published (Last):27.01.2016
Distribution:Free* [*Registration Required]
Uploaded by: FREDIA

57819 downloads 181433 Views 37.66MB ePub Size Report

1984 Epub Deutsch

Thousands of free ebooks. Click on the link below to visit the site: (PDF, AZW3, EPUB). George orwell epub deutsch download The thing that he was about to do was to open a diary. Home telephone finder. At the last century, the thronging of. April 4th, He sat back. A sense of complete helplessness had descended upon him. To begin with, he did not know with any certainty that.

Conclusion I. Nineteen Eighty-Four was published in , a time which was characterized by the consequences of the Second World War and the communism of the Eastern Bloc. Orwell forecasts the possibility of a black future within the frame of that knowledge which might be considered as a warning of the population. Still moved by the upsetting experiences of the last years, he tries to make the people aware of the fact how important morality is. To describe his character in connection with his rebellion it is necessary to deal with the ideology and the system of the state he lives in. At first I am providing the reader with facts about his normal life in Oceania: his outer appearance, his social status depending on his job, his past referred to his family and his former wife. His real nonconformity evidently starts with the first moment he gets in touch with her. Main part 2. They make up eighty-five percent. One step higher come the Outer Party members who form a mass of thirteen percent.

George Orwell - 1984 (Deutsch/German)

Winston is introduced as a member of the Outer Party. By falsifying every note and altering the past every prediction of the Party can be shown by proof. It is said that Winston can hardly remember his parents and his sister. They had to die and sacrifice their lives to his own when he was a ten-year-old boy.

Orwell mentions in passing that the protagonist has been married to a woman called Katharine. They parted about eleven years ago, and they had only lived together for fifteen months.

The state does not allow divorce, so they separated without having cancelled their marriage properly. Winston does not even know now whether she is still living or not, he is not even able to remember properly that they were a couple and that Katharine existed in his life. She might be the reason for his bad attitude towards women. Although Katharine and Winston had a problem to exchange tenderness she wanted to have a baby in order to fulfil the duty of every human being in this state.

The purpose of every marriage is reproduction so that the offspring can also serve for the state[14].

Winston is going to a prostitute regularly at intervals of the year. Unger Billy Jenkins 17 - Western: Unger Billy Jenkins 18 - Western: Unger Western-Bestseller - Western: Malone Jr. Toni Morrison: John Ikenberry.

Lottmann MD. Epic Fantasy: Der Spiegelteleporter: Das Despina-Mysterium: Die Eisigen Gefilde: In , George Orwell describes a totalitarian state called Oceania which bears resemblance to Nazi Germany.

10 Sites With Free German Ebooks Covering Over Thousands of Free Titles

The lives of the people are influenced by propaganda, brainwashing and a thorough invasion of privacy through the use of technology such as the telescreen. The central character in Oceania is Big Brother, a secular projection of god and a leader that his Party members are obliged to obey and follow.

Correspondingly, during the Shoa in Nazi Germany between and , in which 6 million people were killed Synder 45 , Germans were subject to a similar invasion of privacy and destruction of individuality, with Hitler being the leader of a political religion akin to the Party in Bucher.

German people were also oppressed by a strong political party and exposure to massive propaganda, resulting in brainwashing even from a young age. The presence of war was central to both Nazi Germany and In , Oceania mirrors the totalitarian regime of Nazi Germany in terms of propaganda, brainwashing, dehumanisation and the destruction of individuality and privacy.

Free eBooks for iPad, Kindle & Other Devices | Open Culture

The societies in Nazi Germany and Oceania are engulfed with images of propaganda and surroundings filled with party slogans, resulting in dehumanisation and brainwashing of their citizens.

Through the exposure to unmitigated lies, doublethink and party propaganda almost everybody in Oceania, except for the proletariat the proles , is brainwashed into believing everything they are told by the Party. Comparatively, propaganda techniques were widely used to dehumanise minority groups and gain support for the Nazi Party. The propaganda spread across Germany encouraged anti-Semitism and intolerance, resulting in a largely brainwashed society under Nazi ideology and rule Grey and Little In Nazi Germany, truth was similarly abolished: The Reich Institute for the History of the New Germany was organised to rewrite history from the perspective of Nazi ideology Bendersky Hitler called the English and American pinning of the entire war-guilt on Germany a big lie and also singled out the Jews and Marxists for losing World War I Marlin In , the proletariat and war enemies are dehumanised, including children from opposing countries.

In this instance, Syme carelessly remarks to Winston: It also becomes a recreational activity to watch the hanging of individuals accused of being disloyal to the Party and to view footage of violent deaths of proles and citizens from other countries.

Even children enjoy watching acts of violence, and they are remarkably desensitised to the very thing they are viewing.

George Orwell - 1984 (Deutsch/German)

This becomes obvious when one of Mr. The society in no longer identifies their enemies as human beings or even as individuals — they are simply viewed as an enemy to be despised. A strong hatred of the enemy fuelled both the Nazi Party and the Party in This dehumanisation ensures that the perpetrators and observers do not feel guilty for their actions.

The assemblies in both instances are based upon strong displays of emotions and hatred which feed of the strong emotions of the Party leaders. Booker describes the Two Minutes Hate as follows: Through oppression by political powers, the people of Nazi Germany and the residents of Oceania are brainwashed into dehumanising their enemies.

Related Posts:

Copyright © 2019