The novel sheds light on the ways in which governments become totalitarian. It focuses on how governments create powerful external and internal enemies to keep up high levels of surveillance. In addition, the novel also focuses on the policing of thought and language, as well as sexual desire—a measure aimed at keeping rebellion at bay. Though these measures are somewhat amplified in the novel, they are nonetheless based on oppressive measures preferred and commonly employed by governments in reality. In a way, the novel serves as both a comment on the times in which it was written and as a foreshadowing of the future.
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