1984 response dialogue 4

1984 response - over the junk shop was a different world for him In addition to having objects from the past it was a place where Winston could

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1984 Response Dialogue #4 2. As a child, Winston used to receive the biggest portion of food. In addition, he used to snatch chocolate out of his sister’s hand and run away which reminds me of the way I’ve been spoiled and raised in my family for being the only daughter. The way Winston works eighteen hours and is physically tired because his eyes ache unbearably, joints creak and feels sleepy, reminds me of how tired and sleepy I feel when I study for tests and exams. All I want to do it jus sleep continuously. 3. Having had sex with Winston several time, “she [Julia] had become a physical necessity, something that he not only wanted but felt that he had a right to” (152). In his dull and restricted way of living, sex seemed to be the only form of bliss and entertainment for Winston. The room
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Unformatted text preview: over the junk shop was a different world for him. In addition to having objects from the past, it was a place where Winston could express himself. He felt that “the room was a world, a pocket of the past where extinct animals could walk” (164). While gaining more courage to express himself, Winston “moved from thoughts to words, and now from words t actions” (174). This gradual progress revealed Winston’s increasing resentment towards the government and his determination to bring about a change. As a result of O’Brien’s impressive personality, “a wave of admiration, almost worship, flowed out from Winston toward O’ Brien” (191). It was the confident attitude of this powerful figure that led Winston to trust O’ Brien and boldly express his feeling towards the Party....
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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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