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            Trust and commitment are two concepts that should be shown between friends and family. In George Orwell's 1984, the society is powered and controlled by the government. Poeple were told what and how to think and were forced to betray others.
             Children in 1984 were taught to betray their parents."It was almost normal for people over the age of thirty to be frightened of their own children." Tom Parson was turned in by his own daughter to the Thought Police. she heard him repeat "Down with Big Brother" several times in his sleep, and went to the patrols the next day.
             The relationship between a man and a woman in Orwell's story is not like it is supposed to be. After Winston saw the rats in Room 101, he realized he needed to pu someone in between him. "I don't care what you do to her. Tear her face off, strip her to the bones. Not me! Julia! Not me!" Winston didn't care about Julia anymore, he just cared about himself.
             In 1984, people could never fully trust their friends. Throughout the story, O'Brien pretends to be friends with Winston, but turns out in the end to be the Thought Police. "You knew this, Winston. Don't deceive yourself. You did know it-you have always know it." He did know it all along, although he never wanted to believe it. O'Brien turns in Winston and interrogates him.
             There were many examples of betrayal and human commitment in George Orwell's 1984. What would happen if the government today was able to turn our society around to wher nobody could be trusted?.

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