A Assessment of the Novels, 1984 and Brave New World

1984 Vs. Brave New World

Imagine a global in which persons are stated in factories, a global lost

of all freedom and individuality, a global where persons are exiled or “vanish”

for breaking the mold. Both 1984 by George Orwell and Aldous Huxley’s

Brave " NEW WORLD " are startling depictions of such a culture. Although these

novels are of fictional worlds, control into the future could be subtly evolving and

becoming far worse than Huxley or Orwell could ever before have imagined. Each

society destroys the freedom of the average person through various controlling

methods including the denial of dialect and literature, a caste program and

conditioning.

One manner in which each society controls is usually by limiting the vocabulary and

literature of every citizen. In 1984, a vocabulary called Newspeak is usually devised in

order to narrow all thought into one method. There are three types of

Newspeak vocabulary: A, B and C. The A vocabulary contains words used

in everyday life to express straightforward thoughts. The B vocabulary involves words

meant