Analysis Of The Book 1984 By George Orwell Essay

1514 Words Apr 27th, 2016 7 Pages
No one man will ever be able to stop a totalitarian government by himself. He must have strong bonds with powerful people in order to overrule a government. In the book 1984, by George Orwell, Winston, the main character, lives in a dystopian world in Oceania, London, the "chief city" of the province called Airstrip One, which is the third most populous in Oceania. Oceania is one of the three power states in this novel; the other two being Eurasia and EastAsia. Oceania is ruled by the government Ingsoc that is portrayed as Big Brother. Winston, one of the many citizens under controlled by Ingsoc, is unlike the other citizens, as he does not mindlessly follow the Party. Winston buys materials in a black market, buying things like stained glass and a notebook. The notebook helps him find out what happened in the past creating his mind to think and develop throughout the novel. This notebook helped him find his true feeling of the Party. Julia sees this and hooks up with Winston because she knows that both of their minds think alike. Winston and Julia try to embrace this new feeling of hating the Party with each other. They do the things the party looks down on, such as having sex for pleasure. They both want to find the underground organization, The Brotherhood an organization with people who are against the Party, but comes to a fail at the end and die without changing a single thing. They both believe that if the Party were to fall, the Proles,who make up 80 percent of…

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