Orwell and "Such, Such Were the Joys ... " - short story analysis on the use of guilt.
The use of guilt is an effective tool as a means of controlling people. By instilling a sense that one is responsible for certain deeds and actions, it makes that individual seemed tied down. In George Orwell's "Such, Such Were the Joys ...", the schoolmasters utilize this emotion as a persuasion device towards the young, gullible boys. Through this exercise, the schoolmasters were able to effectively control their pupil' actions and emotions.
The main schoolmasters Bingo and Sim, used this technique to enforce their authority over the unknowing children. A clear instance is when the boys…
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