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Things to learn: 1984 was a book written about life under a totalitarian regime from an average citizen's point of view. This book envisions the theme of an all knowing authorities with powerful control over its citizens. This book tells the story of Winston Smith, a worker of the Ministry of Truth, who is in charge of editing the facts to fit the government's policies and maintains. It reveals the future of a government bleeding with brute force and propaganda. This story begins and ends from the continent of Oceania one of those three supercontinents of the planet. Oceania has three classes that the Inner Party, the Outer Party and also the smallest of all, the Proles (proletarian). Oceania's government is the Party or Ingsoc (English Socialism Movement), that has four ministries; the Ministry of Truth (minitrue), the Ministry of peace (minipax), the Ministry of plenty (miniplent) and the Ministry of Love (miniluv). Minipax is in charge of the affairs of warfare, Miniplent is responsible for meals, Minitrue is in charge of regulating and controlling media information and Miniluv is in charge of torturing and interrogating prisoners or violators of thought crime and the violators will be rendered unpersons. Thought crime isn't any real or imaginary unfavorable claim (made contrary to the Party) that may be said out loud or in your mind and the Thought Police is the biggest fear of all. As Smith wrote in his diary "Thoughtcrime does not entail death. Thoughtcrime IS death." The Thought Police monitors people's thoughts, movements or dreams by two-way monitors called telescreens, concealed microphones and secret spies. Children would be the most feared spies; from arrival they swallowed the Party's philosophy and were educated to spy and inform any and all believed offenders, espec...