George Orwell’s 1984

In George Orwell’s 1984, the author sets out to describe a dystopian society based on the governments of the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany. At the beginning of the book the protagonist Winston Smith clearly remembers the beginnings of the party and what the world was like before Big Brother. He is longing for the Brotherhood to rebel against the totalitarian rule and begins to take the first steps through the writing in a diary. As all great writers so, Orwell used symbolism and imagery to reveal the themes of the book including totalitarianism, sex and sexuality, rebellion, and authoritarian power. Write a 5-6 page essay on how Orwell uses symbolism and imagery to reveal these themes throughout the book. Please give your opinion of what are the most effective symbolism and imagery and why. Be sure to use MLA format for citations.