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  • Biographie ernst theodor wilhelm hoffmann

    Ernst Theodor Wilhelm Hoffmann, geboren am 24. Januar 1776 in Königsberg, verlebte keine sehr glückliche Jugend. Seine Mutter überliess die Erziehung ihres Sohnes ihrem Bruder. Die Athmosphäre in dessen Haus war gekennzeichnet von pietistischer Frömmigkeit, Nützlichkeitsdenken und einer engstirnigen Moral. Bis zum Eintritt in die Schule wurde Hoffmann in klösterlicher Abgeschiedenheit erzogen. Seine Geburtsstadt verliess er vermutlich wegen eine ...

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  • What does this word mean? utopia

    Generally Utopia means an unreachable ideal of an idea, no matter if you're talking about society, believes or an intention. Looking at it from a more philosophical point of view, Utopia means the ideal state of the human society, usually very peaceful. The name Utopia comes from the 1516 published novel "utopia" by Thomas More. Living under Henry the VIII he published his satirical novel "utopia" in which he portrayed a society based upon ...

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  • 1984 - george orwell (first published in 1949)

    About the author: The book Nineteen Eighty-four by George Orwell was written in 1948 and published in 1949. It is one of Orwell´s most famous books. George Orwell was born as Eric Arthur Blair in 1903 in India, where his father worked for the Civil Service. The family moved to England in 1907 and in 1917 Orwell entered Eton, where he contributed regularly to the various college magazines. From 1922 to 1927 he served with the Indian Imperial ...

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  • Winston smith

    Winston Smith is a member of the Outer Party, thirty-nine years old and suffers from varicose ulcer. He works in the Ministry of Truth, where he has to rewrite old newspaper articles. He's intelligent, sensible and recognizes the lies of the Party. He wonders how other people oversee the obvious lies and the daily cutbacks of consumer goods. His hope that the totalitarian regime will be overthrown one day lies on the proles. ...

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  • O'brian:

    He also works in the Ministry of Truth and he's member of the Inner Party and of the thought-police, but Winston doesn't know that fact. At the beginning of the the story, Winston supposes that O'Brian is a member of the Brotherhood and so O'Brian deceives Winston. He's also intelligent, understands everything and is able to explain everything and talk in a way that makes u want to listen to him. In the end he tortures Winston to destroy his resi ...

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  • Julia

    Julia becomes Winston's girlfriend and she's also member of the Outer Party. Winston really loves her, and so they meet secretly in a room which Winston met from an antique dealer in a proles-part of London. She seems to be a perfect Party-member, because she spends much time with organizing campaigns for the Party and screams the loudest during the hate-minutes. ...

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  • Emmanuel goldstein

    Emmanuel Goldstein is the leader of an underground organisation called "The Brotherhood". Nobody knows if he and the organisation really exists. Goldstein is said to be the author of "The book" which is criticising the party's politics and the structure of society. Party members have to hate him and his picture is shown on the telescreen during the hate-minutes. Winston Smith, Julia and O'Brian are round characters but all the others are stereot ...

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  • Interpretation: 1984

    George Orwell wrote this book in the years 1946 to 1949, just after the 2nd World War and the breakdown of the Third World. In \"1984\" he describes a communist system, but it could also be a fascist one - it is a general description of a totalitarian system. So many parallels to other systems, especially to Nazi-Germany can be drawn: one leader who is mystified; the Inner Party members, who have a lot of privileges; the Thought Police and as ...

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  • About the author: herbert george wells

    Herbert George Wells, novelist and sociologist, was born in Bromley, Kent in1866. He seemed to become a very intelligent boy which his later success would proof. The jobs he had before his career as a famous writer tell us about his versatility and self-righteousness. First he was educated at Midhurst Grammar School and after being apprenticed to a draper and then to a chemist, he won a scholarship to the Royal College of Science where he stu ...

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  • The time traveller:

    The Time Traveller: you don't get to know a lot about his background, only that he's a well educated scientist who lives at the London of the out clinging 19th century. He is talented in learning new things and gifted with a sharp analytic mind. He holds weekly meetings for people who are interested in his scientific and philosophical discussions. He's pushed onto new things by his urge to research. At his trip in the future he never sits still, ...

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  • Weena:

    The Time Traveller rescues her on his trip to the future from drowning and from the very first moment she's very considerate and somehow in love with the Time Traveller. Though the two aren't able to converse properly, she sticks to him, never goes away and tries to comfort him. Weena also flatters him a lot, on the one hand, she's like a child, on the other more like a dog that always comes back after you've beaten him. She's the only character ...

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  • The young man:

    He visits the meetings of the Mr. X as one of the few constant visitors and listens with the fascination of a little child and he's willing to believe in the things what he sees with his own eyes. Not like the others, he thinks that there are some mysteries left to explore. Though doesn't participate a lot at the conversations, he listens very interested and takes notes, so he also writes down the whole report of the Time Traveller about the even ...

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  • Plot: interpretation - the time machine

    At the beginning a young man tells about a meeting he joins. It's at the house of the time traveller, who wants the other to call him Mr. X. The Time traveller starts right away a discussion about the four dimensions, the 3 in space and the timeline. He wants to introduce the others as soft as possible to the fact that he is possible to travel through the time and to proof to his guests that what he says is true, he shows a small device that ca ...

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  • About the author raymond douglas bradbury

    Raymond Douglas Bradbury was born in Waukegan (Illinois) on 22nd of August 1920. This city was later also described in his stories under the name \"Green Town\". At the age of 14 years he moved to Arizona and later to Los Angeles where he finally finished school. His parents, who were book publishers, and his aunt Neva, a fan of fairytales, influenced Bradbury very much. As a child he liked comics, horror films and fantasy worlds. In 1934 he st ...

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  • Guy montag

    Guy Montag is the protagonist of the story. At the beginning he seems to be a \"normal\", dissatisfied and bored average guy. He earns his money by burning books because he\'s a fireman in a narrow-minded, partly dictatorial system. When he meets Clarisse, his character changes: he acquires self-knowledge; he undergoes a process of development and gets to know the other side of books and knowledge. By reading stories he starts to think and so the ...

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  • Mildred montag

    Mildred Montag is Guy\'s wife but has a totally different character. She\'s the typical member of society; she fits into the system very well, is only interested in money and material possession and represents shallowness and mediocrity. Mildred, an artificial and obviously isolated beauty, loves fun, which means e.g. watching TV, and because of her addiction to electricity, technology and the \"modern way of life\" she isn\'t even able to commun ...

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  • Clarisse mcclellan

    Clarisse McClellan is the 17-year-old neighbour of Guy Montag and influences him very much. She\'s the exact opposite of Mildred: She\'s an outsider, she\'s everything but an average girl, she\'s even a living time bomb for society for various reasons. She\'s open-minded, she is able to think, she has her own opinion. She doesn\'t mind asking unusual or even dangerous questions. She\'s quite a human and curios person who\'s able to do something. ...

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  • Captain beatty

    Captain Beatty is the boss of Montag, his antagonist and quite an impenetrable person. He\'s ruthless, cold-blooded, very authoritarian and seems to be very smart. He\'s well educated and he often quotes famous authors (which indicates that he could have read books, too). In the end he overdoes it with his accusations and manipulates Montag into killing him. ...

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  • Fabian

    Fabian is an ancient professor, loves philosophy and science and so he represents humanism and the integrity of an individual. He\'s quite well informed and of course well read, he knows really a lot about the past but also has a negative side: He\'s more than careful, he\'s a real coward, but in the end he gets more courageous. ...

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  • Plot: fahrenheit 451 - ray bradbury (first published in 1954)

    Guy Montag, a fireman of the future, lives in a modern, strange and scary world where students don\'t learn from humans, but from TV (so they can\'t ask questions), where people get rid of their aggressions by visiting \"Fun Parks\" and \"Car Wreckers\", and where human beings try to have fun by killing others. The most important aim of humans is having fun - even by taking pills, which might be suggestive of drugs you take today to feel better ...

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