1984 Language Analysis Essay

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Bailey Stanford
Part 1

[1] The three groups that make up Oceania are the Inner Party, the Outer Party, and the Proles. The Inner Party consists of the rich people and political figures of Oceania, and they are more privileged than those in the Outer Party and the Proles. The Outer Party can be compared to the middle class, but they are the servants of the Inner Party and the everyday workers, who are under constant surveillance. The Proles are the lower class who have no rights and are “free,” but do not have the same access to resources that the Outer Party has.

[2] The “Two Minutes Hate” is a program that is played across the telescreens daily and the people are allowed to voice their opinion towards the opposition, or resistance. If the
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This can be seen when one of Winston’s so-called “friends” says that they are closer than ever to changing the language so that there is less words to describe situations.

Part 2

[1] Winston and Julia’s relationship restores Winston’s humanity through him fulfilling his quest to have a human relationship with a human. He also feels that he is needed and wanted by someone because she confronted him instead of him confronting her. She also causes him to exercise his rebellious thoughts by joining him in his confrontation and entrance into the “Brotherhood.”

[2] They are always paranoid and thinking that they are being watched or being listened to. Winston is always talking about he and Julia will eventually be captured and vaporized. Also when they are talking to O’Brian he says that they will eventually be captured and will have to confess to everything because it is necessary and natural.

[3] He realizes that they are only trying to preserve their way of life and their generation. He also realizes that they are a big part of the population and they will always exist but they will never rise to power because they are not educated. Winston also realizes that the Proles will eventually realize their situation and revolt against the
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