Analysis Of George Orwell 's Novel ' 1984 ' Essay

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Literacy Analysis Essay George Orwell uses the explanation of the theme rules and order to develop Winston Smith, the main character. Winston changed to become rebellious, apathetic, and then fear. This theme means that the Party (the government that has dictatorship of the society) takes control of all humans in London, the Party uses telescreens and Thought Police to record every movement and thinking process.
Winston Smith is the main protagonist in the book 1984 by George Orwell; the book takes place in London, Oceania. From the beginning of the book Winston always had a hatred for Big Brother, he then soon began to take notice in a girl named Julia. Winston is married go Katharine, even so he begins to have an affair with Julia. Winston soon begins to feel frustrated by the oppression and control of the Party in which prohibits free thought, sex, and any emotional expression, and has purchased an illegal diary in which he can write his thoughtcrimes. He has also become fixated on a powerful Party member named O’Brien, whom Winston believes is a secret member of the Brotherhood— a group that works to overthrow the Party, but then he soon realizes O’Brien is actually a part of the Party. After a period of time Winston and Julia were sent to the Ministry of Love, where they were then tortured to “behave” and follow the Party’s rules and order. Eventually both Winston and Julia confessed and learned to obey Big Brother.
The theme rules and order changed Winston because it…

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