Winston's 'Safe Haven': Novel Analysis

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In the book 1984, Winston’s “safe haven” is the idea of rebellion. Whether it is him dreaming of it, seeing Julia, or writing in his diary, he takes comfort in whatever act he can take against the Party. Much of the narrative has to do with Winston’s thought process. It is not an objective approach to the situation, and is therefore full of personality and opinion. Winston’s hopes and dreams of rebellion become a crucial part of the text, adding insight as well as limiting perspective to that of only one character. Nearly all of Winston’s daydreams center themselves around an imaginary uprising, whether it be the desire to partake in it, or the fear of being caught. All of these visions start with his impulsive decision to buy the diary, and

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