Both of them end up leaving their community because they are fed up with the corruption that takes place in a dystopian world. They both stand out from their community in their own respect which gives them similarity through standing out. In each of the novels the plots are similar in the way that both of the main characters are unique, try to change their civilizations, and leave in the end. The plots follow the same beginnings with a person being unique to the others, such as Jonas being able to “see beyond” or in color and equality having curiosity and individualism. As the story
*this is a b/c grade GCSE paper only posted so i can use the site More than thought police, telescreens, propaganda, or any other sophisticated means of control, the party’s primary method for enforcing obedience is physical deprivation. George Orwell’s 1984 is set in an utmost communist state, where the ruling party, known as INGSOC, controls everything with the use of telescreens, starvation and even the people’s very own children, to maintain the party’s complete power and the people’s complete obedience. One of the most mentioned forms of control in the book is probably the use of Telescreens. They are a complex web of television-cameras covering the entire country of Oceania and relentlessly spewing out party propaganda during every hour of the day. These advanced machines are unable to be turned off and relieve any manner of personal privacy that the members of the outer-party should be entitled to; Winston even states ‘the only privacy you get is the few inches inside your skull’.
Rise to power Josef Stalin was a keen, intellectual man who knew how to make sure he was viewed well by the public. He tricked his political opponent Trotsky into not coming to Lenin’s funeral so that he could present himself as Lenin’s close friend and get people to dislike Trotsky. He was clever and ensured that he became close to members of the communist party so he could have support by them. this boosted his power. He turned his opponents against each other while keeping his eye on the prize and being sure to never do anything that would endanger his chances of becoming the leader of the Soviet union.
As both sides of the families started to begin a war amongst each other, she soon starts to give up, ‘I want my family back’. On the other side, Julian Hayden defending his son, Frank Hayden, who is considers a war hero in Montana. At this very position, we realize Julian puts family loyalty above justice. Firstly, Julian’s prior knowledge for the crimes committed by Frank Hayden for allegedly raping ‘that little Indian girl’ has him putting family loyalty over justice. The relationship between both families during the funeral of Frank Hayden, have both families standing on opposite sides.
Likewise, in 2081, Harrison Bergeron is placed in prison and death-sentenced for promoting individuality and being very intelligent. Both governments condition people to associate intelligence with danger because it can take complete equality away and ultimately challenge the government’s authority. The idea of community in both worlds is expressed differently, however, because of the effectiveness and stylistic ways of the societies. In Brave New World, the community is run with a social caste system and one is born with a social standing depending on their physical and mental ability. Depending on their manipulated characteristics, they are placed with a job to suit
By accepting the obligation to bury Polyneices, Antigone acts as if she has no choice. “It is a law carried out by a sister for a brother.” (Jacobs 893)" " " " Devotion to family is also shown through Eurydice’s love for her sons and Haimon’s love for her ﬁance. Eurydice puts a knife through her chest after her second son is killed, “And a great cry burst from her lips for Megareus dead, and for Haimon dead, her sons; and her last breath was a curse for their father, the murderer of her sons.” (SCENE V 114-116). It clearly shows her love and devotion to her family because she does not want to be alive without them. Eurydice values (blood) family over strict society laws.
This allows Hamlet to show how much he really loved her. Shakespeare shows how two characters can care for someone so much, yet dislike each other completely. When Opheliah dies, both are upset and enraged. As a result of Hamlet and Leartes’ strong love for Opheliah they both end up jumping into her grave at her funeral and fighting for her dead body. Also, Laertes, like his father, has the same spontaneity as Hamlet.
However, that he wrote to his mother contained detailed information of the number of wounds he had while fighting the battle. Virgilia is too emotional; she expresses her feelings by bursting into tears. Despite this, she condemns the Romans when they banish his husband from the nation. Though Virgilia is retiring and timid, she is also strong in her own ways. She fears blood and wounds.
His previous wife’s actions leave him no choice but to kill her. But as he is telling the agent about his wife’s death he appears nervous and tense. The use of caesura suggests that he is unsure of what to say next. He could not understand of his wife’s love for natural, simple things and her kindness she displays towards others he treated it with disdain. He could not gain command over his wife’s appreciation towards others that he thought it
Love and family are very important to her. She is also an obliging woman. Yet they all have a virtuous lie in different purpose. Raimunda have an unusual degree of self-reliance and mental toughness. She treated with the cadaver of her husband imperturbably after her husband was killed by her daughter.