The Loss of Individual Rights in 1984: Personal privacy and space is never gran

The Loss of Individual Rights in 1984: Personal privacy and space is never granted throughout 1984. Every person is always subject to observation, even by their own family members and friends. Furthermore, since Big Brother is always watching and the Thought Police are always on the lookout, it is impossible for any kind of individualism to flourish. For this essay you can look at the ways this occurs and how various characters attempt (successfully or not) to subvert it. Then move out to consider how this lack of privacy (and by proxy, individualism) influences individuals and society as a whole in the present day. How does the present US Government subvert the rights of the individual and how does this compare to the novel?

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