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Alix Locke-Wells P.1 10/15/16 Passage from Text Page # Category Analysis Freedom is the freedom to say that two and two makes four. If you have that, everything else follows ….He stopped. Should he go on?” (103) Perspective Winston is obvious concerned with the state of his community and the Party. Like most dystopian protagonists Winston is seeking individuality in a world, or place like Oceania, where following the norm and suppressing free thought is acceptable. “He was in a narrow street with a few dark little shops among the houses. He seemed to know the place. Of course! He was standing outside the shop where he had bought the diary.” (118) Setting Winston seems to be attracted to these dark, scarcely watched streets. This is solidified by the fact that he ended up back at the same shop where he bought his diary. Winston doesn’t seem to find the Party’s careful watch over the people of Oceania to be very livable. “’Don’t go out in the open. There might be someone watching. We’re all right if we keep behind the boughs.” (155) Tone Winston seems to be a very fearful person, like he knows what the Party is capable of and perceives himself to already be gone. So it always seems so solemn, also peoples seem to be constantly trying to avoid the Party.
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“She had already turned to go, but she did rather fretfully come back for a moment. She even leaned out over the cliff face to see where he was pointing.” “They were standing in front of a telescreen.
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