Big Brother is the leader of the Party in George Orwell’s novel 1984. He is a mysterious figure who controls the lives of the citizens of Oceania, a totalitarian state where the Party is in control. Big Brother is a symbol of the Party’s control over the people. He is always watching, and his image is everywhere in the society. The people are afraid of him, and they obey his commands.
Big Brother is a ruthless leader who does not tolerate dissent. He is willing to use violence to maintain control over the people. He uses propaganda to control their minds and keep them under his thumb.
Big Brother is a symbol of the Party’s power and control. The people of Oceania are not free under his rule because they cannot think for themselves or question what he says or does without facing severe consequences such as torture or death. Big Brother is the embodiment of the Party’s ideology of control and domination