1984 Room 101

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Author, George Orwell, conveys a dark and rocky relationship in his famous book 1984. In the scene I inspected specifically, the narrator describes a tension-filled room, their main purpose- to show the horrific effect of Room 101 and how it emotionally ruins the people involved in it. This scene engages readers with its twists and turns in the setting and it's downright “doomsday” mentality. It takes an ominous turn of course, ending on a pessimistic note. 1984 takes the small amount of optimism left and throws it out the window. Throughout the scene, the narrator gives vivid and sensory details surrounding the skull faced man and explains his beating to the readers. One of the quotes in my passage that I thought showed a lot of emotion was…show more content…
“Room 101. The man was led out, walking unsteadily, with head sunken, nursing his crushed hand, all the fight gone out of him.” In the end of this passage it changes from the frantic emotions of before, to a sense of defeat given off from the man. In his actions, it looks as if he doesn’t care if he lives or dies and has no will to live anymore. This quote shows importance because it explains how, even after attempting to give up everyone both emotionally and physically close to him, he is still taken to Room 101 and is finally defeated with his emotions. The scene ends and Winston is disturbed by the latest events, as he awaits his own fate that lies in Room…show more content…
He targets readers by triggering emotional responses, stemming from the quotes given in the passage. The use of the narrator’s unbiased thoughts as the scene unfolds helps to ensure that readers are left to their own opinions. This, combined with the other techniques explained in the passages above, make the plot clear, and reinforce the horror exemplified in the room. Therefore, the dramatic use of language greatly increases the tension that intensifies in the mind of many enthusiastic

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