1984 response dialogue 2

1984 response dialogue 2 - 1984 Response Dialogue #2 1. In...

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1984 Response Dialogue #2 1. In chapters 6-8, a sense of pity was created for the proles living in Oceania who were treated like animals. Women lived in poor districts, always ready to be sold. In general, the proles were thought of as natural inferiors and treated as animals. As I the same time I felt angry at the Party’s policy of eliminating sexual pleasure out of the lives of the people living in Oceania. It is unjust to deprive a person of sexual pleasures. Winston, who never received sexual pleasure from his wife, deserved the love and affection, but instead, he is more or less justified in his hatred for women. 2. As I read the part about Winston’s conversation with the old man at the pub, I was reminded of my younger brother always gives me irrelevant information to what I ask him just to annoy me on purpose. Also some of Winston’s characteristics were similar to me of how he was curious about history, such as London’s. This relates to me because I am always curious about new thing I learn. I always want
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2011 for the course HISTORY 1302 taught by Professor Nazzal during the Spring '10 term at HCCS.

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