repression of natural impulses.
teacher’s introduction for this topic:
nearly every aspect of the society presented in (1984) by George Orwell is controlled, including the most natural impulses of sex and love. the suppression of these innate urges is encouraged through a program instituted by various forms of media that propagate a mistrust so severe that even mothers and fathers cannot trust their own offspring, which is another supposedly natural bond and impulse. throughout the novel there are many examples of oppression of natural reactions and they cause a number of problems, not just for the main characters, but for society at large. for this topic, you could provide detailed examples of how natural impulses are stifled and what consequences there are. want quotes!! two main points, (sex and love), (rebellion).