Describe The Relationship Between Winston And Julia In 1984 By George Orwell

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What if your government was watching everything you do and say? In George Orwell’s 1984, Winston Smith struggles with the tyranny of his government stipulation which all takes place in a city of Oceania. A place where the Party examines human activity with the persuading and controllable Big Brother. Disregard a ban on distinctiveness, Winston expresses his thoughts in a diary and conducts a relationship with Julia. The novel sets out different types of meanings for different types of characters, some characters will stand out to others and some meanings can correspond to them as well. Orwell’s use of the characters all exemplify themes in the novel, but only one would have to stand out. Out of all the characters Winston’s use of rhetoric, words, and language epitomizes the theme of the novel. Therefore, Winston will be the character that will be exemplifying the theme of the novel using…show more content…
While Winston and Julia were showing how loyal they would be to the Brotherhood, O’Brien pops a question that Winston and Julia cannot do. “‘You are prepared, the two of you, to separate and never see one another again?’...‘No!’ broke in Julia” (Orwell Chapter 8). Julia is willing to do anything, but not be separated because she loves Winston and thinking about it, she has always done anything to be with him. There were many things that Julia and Winston had in common, and they had an ultimate connection. “With Julia, everything came back to her own sexuality. As soon as this was touched upon in any way she was capable of great acuteness” (Orwell Chapter 2). If you think at the language put into it, you can see that everything just reflects into what Julia and Winston both have in common, everything just reflects on sexuality. Those are some points to argue with on why there can be many different characters with different other

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