1984 audiobook is a socio-political fiction book set in the future. It focuses on the societal effects of authoritarianism, mass surveillance, and oppressive regimentation of people and behavior in society. 1984 audiobook, in general, addresses the role of facts and truth in politics, as well as how the political parties exploit them.
The 1984 audiobook is set in Oceania. All-powerful Parties ruled Oceania and have manipulated the populace into blindly following Big Brother’s orders. The Party has established Newspeak, in other words, a propagandistic language intended to stifle freedom of thought and propagate the Party’s ideologies.
Winston Smith, the protagonist of 1984 audiobook free, belongs to the minority. He’s a member of the Outer Party, and his work at the Ministry of Truth is to write facts to support contemporary political ideas. Winston, on the other hand, has a desire for justice and morality to quietly revolt against authority. He begins an illicit relationship with Julia, and they rent an apartment in a proletarian neighborhood. Winston’s interest in the Brotherhood grows as well. Winston and Julia are, completely unaware that Big Brother is observing them (several banners across the city warn citizens that “Big Brother is watching you.”)
In the 1984 audiobook free, the trap was set up when O’Brien approaches Winston. He is a Ruling Party member and takes Winston and Julia into custody and then sends them for brutal rehabilitation. Winston’s subsequent arrest, humiliation, and rehabilitation meant to uproot his freedom and ruin his integrity and morality, not just to break him physically. O’Brien took Winston to room 101, which incorporates the greatest fear of each prisoner. They threatened Winston with a wire cage full of agitated rats, his greatest dread, he intentionally deceives Julia. In the end, Finally, Winston acknowledges that he loves Big Brother.
George Orwell wrote 1984 audiobook.
George Orwell was born in India in 1903. He is a well-known British author and social critic. Animal Farm, a famous political satire, and Nineteen Eighty-Four, a futuristic nightmare vision, are two of his writings. Orwell was also a creative essayist, and his essays were among his most well-known works throughout his life. Why I Write and Politics and the English Language are two of them. His writing is thought-provoking, moving, and amusing, and it remains to be widely appreciated across the world.
In 1917, Orwell enrolled at Eton College, where he contributed to several college periodicals on a routine basis. He worked in Burma with the Indian Imperial Police from 1922 to 1927, an event that influenced his debut novel. In Paris, he served as a private tutor, a lecturer, and a bookstore helper, as well as contributing reviews and essays to a variety of publications. He served as a member of the Home Guard throughout WWII and worked for the BBC Eastern Service from 1941 to 1943. He gave a regular page of political and literary analysis to the Tribune as literary editor.
In 1949, he published 1984, which catapulted him to international stardom. The gloomy image of a harsh, totalitarian state in 1984 horrified readers, but it assures that the work still considered the premier dystopian classic of contemporary fiction. With each passing generation, Orwell’s ferociously moral prose has struck a chord. Orwell became one of the most important social critics of his generation as a result of the acute realism and clarity of his writings and non-fiction. Furthermore, his capacity to create highly inventive imaginary worlds endowed with a keen standard of ethics has unquestionably ensured his existing and future significance. In January 1950, George Orwell died in London.
The narrator of 1984 audiobook is Charlton Griffin. Other audiobooks that Charlton Griffin has also narrated are The Iliad, The Aeneid, and The Armada.
The length of 1984 audiobook is 11hours and 56 minutes.
Blackstone Audio, Inc. published 1984 audiobook on 12/31/2006.