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1984 Vs V for Vendetta

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1984 Vs V for Vendetta

"A revolution without dancing is a revolution not worth having" (V from the film V for Vendetta). Since the first communist leader tried to over take a country, there has been another leader planning for a revolution. And Orwell was one to speak of how he sees the battle to be. Orwell has written several novels on the idea of revolutions against a superior government; one example would be Animal Farm and 1984. He has inspired others to write there ideas on the thought of the future revolution from a dictatorship of extreme power. The film V for Vendetta is one example of an Orwell inspired story. In both Orwell's novel 1984 and the film V for Vendetta the protagonists Winston Smith and V live in similar difficult lives with extreme and controlling governments where they try to fight against there governments for the greater cause of freedom.

Both ideas are dystopias which mean a fictional society that is usually seen as the antithesis of a utopia. (2) The film V for Vendetta steps off of the novel 1984. They actually have several references to history specifically our world wars. And usually they reference history during the same time period and in some cases the two are the same. What most people do not know is that 1984 was written in 1948 and published in 1949, which means that Orwell wrote

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