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1984. Relating facts and details written in the novel, describe Winstons character as it relates to his attitude toward the Party. What series of thoughts and events contributed to his ultimate downfall?
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Anglais : langue et littérature III
Essay : GEORGE ORWELL'S 1984
Mr. Paul Bougie
Département des langues
Collège Laflèche, Trois-rivières
Travail remis le 25 décembre 2011
Topic: Relating facts and details written in the novel, describe Winston's character as it relates to his attitude toward the Party. What series of thoughts and events contributed to his ultimate downfall?
eorge Orwell surely did not write the novel 1984 without a very specific goal in his head. This novel has nothing to do with the typical novels that are written to entertain only. Orwell's main objective in 1984 is to show the horrible aspects of totalitarianism. This hatred toward totalitarianism is felt throughout the entire novel, but specifically through the character of Winston, through his way of seeing things. Winston Smith is a character who shows a resistance to the Party, with his individuality and his intellectual ability to reason about everything that is going on around him. His character enables the reader to observe and understand the rough oppression that the Party, Big Brother and the Thought Police institute. The difference between the
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