nthe novel, After the nuclear war of the 1950s, the world was dividedinto three great states and a war never ending. Winston Smith entersOceania in the city of Airstrip One, in the circle of Victory Houses,under the eyes of the Great Brother, and under no-watch tele-screen.
It is not possible to know how you feel because of your face. Eventhe slightest mimic that would lead to the thought of not followingor not obeying the party’s rules and even not enjoying these rules isdangerous. Crime is only an act of action, the crime of thought isseverely punished.MapOf 1984 Inthe novel there are three countries and a disputed area. Thesecountries are Oceania, Eurasia and Eastasia. The novel is set inOceania.
Country of Ocenia Itis created by South and North America, South Africa, Australia andBritish Isles. The novel is known in London as the former Britishpart Airstrip One. Oceania is mostly created by English-speakingcountries, so it is the Oceania language Newspeak.
Newspeak is alimited English version; The original version of English is calledOldspeak. Oceania’s political regime is a one-party government led byIngsoc (British Socialism). Ingsoc’s ideology can be called the”Great Brotherhood”; This is a totalitarian, oligarchicideology. Big Brother is on top and there are three classes. Theseclasses are Inner Party, Outer Party and Proles. The inner partyresembles the Politburo in the Communist Parties, and these are upperclasses.
Outer Party management branch, the main character of thenovel is Winston Smith Outer Party member and middle class. Prolesare proletarians, they are sub-working class and are responsible formanual labor. While the Inner Party constitutes 2% of the population,the Outer Party is 13% and the Proles is 85%. Country of EurasiaEurasiawas formed after the annexation of rest of the Europe by the SovietUnion. Ruling ideology of Eurasia is “Neo-Bolshevism”. In thenovel Winston describes the Eurasians and he mentions that they havea “Mongolic” face.
With this information it is clear that Ingsocuses racism as a propaganda tool.