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Thank you very much. I forgot to include these other sentences on the same theme.

1) Back to England he suffered from bronchitis and pneumonia.
2)When the Second World War broke out he moved to London where he joined the BBC.
3) He broadcast cultural and political programmes to India. In 1943 he resigned and became literary editor of Tribune, an influential socialist weekly.
4) 1984 can be regarded as an anti-utopian novel since it shows a possible future society with the purpose of ridiculing (synonym?) existing conditions of society.
5)Orwell’s imaginary society is under constant control of Big Brother and is in a perpetual state of war.
6)People’s life is deprived of any kind of privacy since it is constantly monitored by the telescreen which can’t be switched off.
7) Anyone who dares (to) rebel against the party rules is imprisoned, tortured and finally liquidated. Orwell demonstrates to have an acute sense of history. He sides (takes sides) with the millions of victims who were persecuted and murdered in the name of totalitarian ideologies (Or who fell victim to the abuses of totalitarianism?).

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    1) Back in England, he suffered from bronchitis and pneumonia.

    2) When the Second World War broke out, he moved to London where he joined the BBC.

    3) He broadcast cultural and political programmes to India. In 1943, he resigned and became literary editor of Tribune, an influential socialist weekly.

    4) 1984 can be regarded as an anti-utopian novel since it shows a possible future society with the purpose of satirizing existing conditions of society.

    5) Orwell’s imaginary society is under constant control of Big Brother and is in a perpetual state of war.

    6) People’s lives are deprived of any kind of privacy since they are constantly monitored by the telescreen which can’t be switched off.

    7) Anyone who dares to rebel against the party rules is imprisoned, tortured, and finally liquidated. Orwell demonstrates that he has an acute sense of history. He sides with the millions of victims who were persecuted and murdered in the name of totalitarian ideologies.

    Read very carefully to catch all the changes I made, in both words and punctuation.

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