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1984 by George Orwell

Introduction The phenomena of governmental control, omniscient authorities, and creation of artificial reality are the dominating themes in the work 1984 by Orwell. A fictional government in the given novel conducts constant surveillance over the citizens of Oceania, manipulates their consciousness and distorts both the past and the present. The evident abuse of power is…

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Nickel and Dimed by Barbara Ehrenreich

Barbara Ehrenreich in her book Nickel and Dimed provides an argument on low wage workers stating that they face many difficulties ranging from the high costs of shelter to food. She supports this argument by pointing to the fact that low wage employees are forced to buy more expensive food that is not healthy as…

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Why Nations Fail

Introduction Nowadays, there are different countries on the planet, which differ from their counterparts in population, culture, geographical, economic and political characteristics, and others. The process of development is present in all of them but some states manage to perform well granting civil rights, freedoms, and social benefits whereas others fail to do it. There…

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Life Meaning as a Guiding Power in One’s Destiny

The question of the meaning of life cannot be overstated in its significance; nor can its controversial nature be denied. Philosophers, psychologists, and psychotherapists, as well as ordinary people, have never stopped trying to give a constructive answer to the question of the meaning of life. Taking into account the very essence of human existence…

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Light and Dark in The Great Gatsby

Introduction The perception of light and dark sides is subjective and relative. Commonly, light is associated with the some good, positive and pleasant events, while the darkness represents some negative, evil or bad experience. As for the novel The Great Gatsby, there can be noticed both light and dark motives. The novel contains both positive and…

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One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest Ken Kesey

Ken Kesey’s novel was published in 1962 followed by a film version in 1975. It was inspired by talking to mental patients, while author’s work on a night shift at a Veteran’s Hospital in Oregon. The writer did not believe the patients who were in the mental clinic were insane. Instead, he thought that they…

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