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Essay | Semantic Views Between Winston and Julia

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Semantic Views Between Winston and Julia

Summary: My essay is on the book 1984 by George Orwell. It discusses the semantic views between Winston and Julia as discussed in Hayakawa's Language in Thought and Action.
Although Julia and Winston both live in Oceania, they have diverse views on the semantic map of their territory that they are presented with. Some of Winston's ideas about Oceania conflict with Julia's; however, some are very similar. Throughout 1984 George Orwell continues to show how Julia and Winston both believe that their map of Oceania is valid, but it is proved throughout the book that they are both wrong.

The map that Winston uses to guide himself through his territory, Oceania, is revealed through 1984 in his thought and actions. Winston rebels in a secret way by writing in a journal. Although it is forbidden, and he realizes that it is forbidden, he does it anyway. "To mark the paper was a decisive act." he states (10). Winston also doesn't like Hate Week. He only participates when necessary, but whenever possible he tries not to. More...

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