1984 Character Analysis

St Joseph, the school promotes a culture of faith, justice and service. Winston Smith lives in London, but not the London we know. Winston feels a sense of admiration to him because threw O'Brien, his deception is released. In this dark reality, the only thing one can resort to is his dreams, as sort of private rebellion. Language is also manipulated in the novel. They are trying to destroy a vigorous democracy, and they know it will take much chaos and confusion to bring that democracy down. The glass paperweight 1st passage (p.96) : the dream of the Golden Country.

He and his wife, Katharine, are separated. He invites them over to his place. To begin with, he does not buy into all of the propaganda he is fed. The Zooks counterattack with an "Eight-Nozzled Elephant-Toted Boom Blitz a machine that shoots "high-explosive sour cherry stone pits". Head of the Ministry of Love The relation between O'Brien and Winston is that of the torturer and the tortured. Its characters lack depth, its rhetoric is sometimes didactic, its plot (well, half creating A Class of it anyway) was lifted from Zumyatins. Secondary characters : Other important character : the proles.