1984 by george orwell is a dystopian satire with plenty of instances of irony gain a better understanding of the use of irony at work with these quotes from the book. Irony highlights and identifies satire intended by orwell by the governments alteration of history and all reality the use of irony was present throughout the entire novel whether it was in the partys slogan or just by revealing background information. George orwell uses his literary skills to give details on what he assumes would take place in the year 1984 there are many possible themes that can sum up this story such as ignorance dystopia hatred propaganda sexual intercourse and irony. George orwell uses many literary devices to illustrate the societal issues he brings up in his novel 1984 in this lesson youll learn about one of the most prominent of these irony. George orwells dystopian novel 1984 is rife with examples of irony both verbal and situational the verbal irony includes the memory hole the names of the government ministries and the party motto while the protagonists health status is an example of situational irony
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