The exploitation of a totalitarian regime in 1984 by george orwell and v for vendetta by james mctei

1984, written by george orwell, and v for vendetta, directed by james mcteigue, both paint accurately scary descriptions about the government in the future and the dystopian society 1984, written in 1949, was intended to be a portrayal of the future and v for vendetta, made in 2005, shows britain in.

In the novel 1984 and the film “v for vendetta”, the protagonist for both stories are captured while performing various acts of rebellion against the totalitarian government, of which is controlling their city in punishment, the government tortures them with harsh, inhumane methods that are similar to those used in dictatorships.

Yes, the graphic novel series v for vendetta by alan moore is very much like the novel 1984 by george orwell both works are juvenalian satires against totalitarian governments, namely the controlling parties (the norsefire party vs the inner party) both works focus on the cruelties perpetrated by the secret police.

The exploitation of a totalitarian regime in 1984 by george orwell and v for vendetta by james mctei

The contrast between 1984 and v for vendetta for the totalitarian rule are a bit different in 1984, the government, more specifically the inner party, watches every move of the people and check carefully what they do while in v for vendetta the government, more specifically the norsefire party, is a bit more lenient as they.

The exploitation of a totalitarian regime in 1984 by george orwell and v for vendetta by james mctei
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