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Meaning of orwelliano



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orwelliano
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It is almost synonymous with dystopian (or anti-utopian), but for societies subjected violently and oppressively. It relates to the work of the English writer George Orwell after the Second War, especially his novel "1984", from which concepts such as Big Brother or neo-language emerged as ways of controlling the population. It is widely used to rate situations with some analogy to his description of his worlds.

  



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It is an adjective that qualifies every fact, idea, situation or social condition that is destructive to free and open society. Concerning George Orwell, related to this writer or his ideas.

  

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ORWELLIANO relating to or belonging to the writer, film producer, actor George Orwell, pseudonym of Eric Arthur Blair (1903-1950). Author of "1984", written in 1948.

  











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