Dystopia: An imagined place or state in which everything is unpleasant or bad, typically a totalitarian or environmentally degraded one. Make a decision of what aspect of todays society I will project into my fictional dystopian future The concept of global warming. We didn’t care about the environment enough now, that all the ice caps […]

“and that made the old veck start moaning a lot then, then out comes the blood, my brothers, real beautiful. So all we did then was to pull his outer platties off, stripping him down to his vest and long underpants (very starry; Dim smecked his head off near), and then Pete kicks him lovely […]

The sky was filled with black smoke. The power poles were all on a lean. It was a bright cold day in April. The clocks were striking thirteen. Winston Smith nuzzled his chin into his breast. He did this as an effort to escape the vile wind. He slipped quickly through the glass doors of […]

The road The road was covered in litter. The street was totally deserted. The man The man walked down the street alone. He was humming to himself. His suit was itchy against his skin. The man walked down the street alone that was totally deserted. The man walked down the middle of that road which […]

1. Got out of bed – I hear the loud, abrupt, beeping sound of my alarm. I see the light on my curtains, a yellow, soft hue. I feel the heat pouring out of my heater and filling my room with it. The light and the heat gives me the sense that it is a […]

George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four is more than a work of fiction. It is a dire warning. The novel seems to have many connections to our life today. The connections I will be talking about is the concept of NewSpeak in the book and the use of slang nowadays. I will also be talking about the […]

“We do not merely destroy our enemies; we change them.”   “Until they become conscious they will never rebel, and until after they have rebelled they cannot become conscious.”   “If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face – forever.”   “War is peace. Freedom is slavery. […]