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  • Turns Out The Store Clerk
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    1984 In 1984 by George Orwell the main character is Winston Smith. He works in the Ministry of Truth building. His job was to correct the old newspapers and textbooks that needed to be changed because of new information. In the same building they also print magazines and newspapers. The members of the Outer Party are only allowed to the prole stores and businesses if they are buying things such as razor blades. One time when Winston went to a store he bought a small notebook. He later decided to...
  • Winston Relationship With Julia
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    1984 Winston Smith has lived a long miserable life. He believes he is responsible for his mothers and sisters death and he has to live with that pain his whole life. Also his wife left him and he has no one to talk to and no one to be with. But then he meets his soon to be love Julia, who he has a relationship with who changes his whole life. The first effect Julia had on Winston was that she made him more rebellious towards the government. This happened because Winston went through a lot of tro...
  • Control The Party
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    1984 (George Orwell) The individual is doomed in a world where the he is no longer in control of his self. Forces around and in him victimize the person, but all these forces have the same center, they all revolve around one main source. In the novel, 1984, by George Orwell, Winston Smith, the main character, falls victim to these forces which prohibit him from controlling his own life. One of these forces is the control the Party gives itself on the so-called truth, they take away history and r...
  • Party And Big Brother
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    19841984 is a political parable. George Orwell wrote the novel to show society what it could become if things kept getting worse. The first paragraph of the book tells the reader of the 'swirl of gritty dust... The hallway smelt of boiled cabbage and old rag mats. ' Just from these few lines Orwell makes it clear that there was absolutely nothing victorious abbot Victory Mansions. Every image the reader relieves from Winston Smith is pessimistic. Hate week, for example, is a big event in Oceania...
  • Big Brother And The Party
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    "The past was erased, the erasure was forgotten, the lie became truth". In the novel "1984" by George Orwell, Winston undergoes a metamorphosis of character, which changes his life forever. At first Winston is just like everyone else, a dull drone of the party. Then he changes his ideals and becomes true to himself with obvious rebellion towards party principles and standards. Finally, Winston is brainwashed and is turned against himself and his feelings and is made to love the party. This is a ...
  • Winston's Rebellion Against Big Brother
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    Have you ever thought about what life would be like if Hitler had won WWII? Just think about not being able to choose the job of your choice or not being able to express your feelings about the government. Those are just two of the many freedoms that would have been lost if the U.S. would have lost the war. The book 1984 gives a view of what life would be like if we lived under a totalitarianism government. The story 1984 is about Winston Smith an average person who lives on airstrip one in Ocea...
  • Love With Winston
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    Imagine a cold, dark world with horrible living conditions and never quite enough to eat. A world of Decaying, dingy cities where underfed people shuffled to and fro in leaky shoes, in patched-up nineteenth-century houses that smelt always of cabbage and bad lavatories. Picture bombs dropping on playgrounds, blowing children to pieces. Imagine what it would be like if the government knew your every move, your every thought. This is the world of George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-four. Nineteen Eigh...
  • Orwell About Winston
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    The classic novel 1984 by George Orwell, the modern classic of "Negative Utopia", is the novel that we are just starting. There are many things from this book that are used everyday in comic strips, comparisons in news articles, and even the television show "Big Brother" is taken from 1984. However, the characters in the book are also things to be remembered. Winston Smith is the first character that we " ve been introduced to in the story. So far what I've been getting from Orwell about Winston...
  • Theme Of Winston's Rebellion
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    THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE THEMES IN 1984 The world of 1984 that is depicted by George Orwell is one that is a bleak, depressing world. The government in this future is a totalitarian one, where anything that does not conform to the ruling party's ideals, even thought is punishable by death. 1984 is about life in a world where no personal freedoms exist. Winston the main character is a man of 39 whom is not extraordinary in either intelligence or character, but is disgusted with the world he lives ...
  • Julia Of His Mother
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    The only thing a human being truly possess is his thoughts and feelings, and no person should ever tamper with these sacred belongings. In the case of Winston Smith, the main character in George Orwell's classic "1984", he losses his only possession; he losses his humanity. Winston Smith, like every other normal man hates, lusts, thinks, and most important of all loves, until The Party, the controlling power, breaks him down and rips his human tendencies out. That makes Winston change into a jus...
  • Its Control Over The People In 1984
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    Fear, confusion and intimidation are not just feelings. If they are used in the right way they can be used for control and power. A dictator in a totalitarian regime will use these emotions to control his people. The world that Winston Smith lives in has no personal rights, poor living conditions, and everything is controlled by hatred, even the people's history and language. The language Newspeak is being implemented by the government to limit the possibility of political rebellion by eliminati...
  • Winston And Julia
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    There is a reoccurring theme in the novel 1984, by George Orwell. The main character, Winston Smith is often fantasizing about his utopia, and dreaming about past events. In a world where everyone is controlled and everything is decided for you, Winston relies on his subconscious mind to maintain his sanity. Winston works rewriting the past in a department for the Party. His memories of the past are usually the opposite of the Party's version of the past. Winston is very confused about whether o...
  • Here Winston
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    The book opens on a cold April day with 39-year-old Winston Smith returning to his dilapidated flat in Victory Mansions. The hallway sports an enormous poster of a man known as Big Brother; the caption reads, "BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU". The eyes of the poster seem to follow Winston as he moves. Upon entering his flat, Winston dims the telescreen (where someone is reading statistics about pig-iron production), which can never be turned off completely, and which both receives and transmits. Out...
  • Julia And Winston
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    Pg. 60- "If there is hope [wrote Winston] it lies in the proles". Pg. 82- "There's no telescreen!" he could not help murmuring. "Ah", said the old man, "I never had one of those things. Too expensive". Pg. 140- "We are enemies of the party. We disbelieve in the principles of Ing soc. We are thought-criminals". I think it is rather strange that the proles are considered by Winston to be the only hope for the future. The importance lies within the fact that the proles are the only people who are h...
  • Winston And O Brien
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    Book 1984 7 1984 Book Overview Winston Smith, who works in the Records Department of the Ministry of Truth, revising the past as it appears in the newspapers, is dissatisfied living under the inflexible, outwardly paternalistic government of Oceania, epitomized in the ever-present picture of Big Brother. His dissatisfaction increased by the austerity characteristic of daily life, at first he rebels in small ways: writing in a diary, an acy viewed with suspicion by the Thought Police; speculating...
  • Winston's Friend At The Ministry Of Truth
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    For this report I read the book 1984 by George Orwell. It is published by Harcourt, Brace and Company incorporated and has a copyright date of 1949. This book is a fictional novel, about a man named Winston and his life in the year 1984. Keep in mind that this book was written in 1949 and at that time 1984 was very far into the future. The world is run by am autocratic leader known only as Big Brother. Winston works for a government agency called the Ministry of Truth. He is responsible for term...
  • Torture Winston
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    English: 1984 orwell 2000-07-15 George Orwell's book 1984 has 4 warnings that he states throughout the book. Orwell is afraid of a government getting too powerful and he expresses this fear through Winston. One major warning sign that is prevalent throughout the book is the totalitarian government. A group that runs the government called the Party. This group is all powerful because it is run by a group whose major purpose is to gain and keep power. The Party's methods are efficient and very har...
  • Big Brother And Winston Of 1984
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    1984/animal Farm Comparison How 1984/animal Farm Comparison Essay, Research Paper How would you like to be ran by a government that controlled every aspect of your life such as where you went, how you acted, what you said, and even what you thought? You would never be in total control of your own life and if you showed any signs of individuality you would simply disappear. This is what life was like for people in the book 1984. This book shows many similarities to Animal Farm. There is a totalit...
  • Winston Acceptable To The Party
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    Analysis of 1984 In 1949, an Englishman named Eric Blair published the novel 1984. Under the pseudonym, George Orwell, this author became one of the most respected and notable political writers for his time. 1984 was Orwell's prophetic vision of the world to come. This creation of? Negative Utopia? was thoroughly convincing through Orwell's use of setting and characterization. The theme conveyed by Orwell is that no matter how strong an individual a communist society would destroy any hope that ...
  • Julia And Winston
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    Most people don't question the authority that their own government has, but should they? This is the question that George Orwell asks his readers in his Novel 1984. In this novel Orwell describes a totalitarian government with explicit detail, ever revealing its true evil. This novel makes the reader see that our society is not far from the world of Oceania. The novel begins with a brief description of Oceania and its government system. Here people have become nothing but stoic workers, supporti...

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