Analysis Of George Orwell 's 1984 Essay

1014 Words Mar 2nd, 2016 5 Pages
Deborah Feldman, and American author, once said, “As far as I can remember, I have always wanted everything from life, everything it can possibly give me. This desire separates me from people who are willing to settle for less. I cannot even comprehend how people 's desires can be small, ambitions narrow and limited, when the possibilities are endless”. This quote describes how Winston feels in George Orwell’s 1984. This novel is about a man who is living in a post World War II era, in a city called Oceania. In this society, there is a ruler called Big Brother. Big Brother and the rest of the government like to change history to make it seem like the society that the citizens of Oceania are living in, is the best place and time period possible. Through out this novel, there are multiple characters that are unorthodox, and will begin to question this society and the things that Big Brother wants them to believe. In George Orwell’s 1984, tree unorthodox characters are Winston Julia, and Mr. Carrington. There are many reasons that prove Winston to be Unorthodox. Through out the novel, he writes in a diary about war, and how he is starting to believe there is something wrong with Oceania. This action make Winston unorthodox because in his society, it is unlawful to write in diaries, yet Winston choses to do so while trying to hide his unorthodox acts from the telescreen that is watching his every move. The primary reason Winston is writing this diary is for someone in the…

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