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Bringing the Story Together

Summary: Essay explains the minor character roles in "1984."

Minor characters are a vital part for pulling a novel together. Minor characters usually leave distinctive clues and foreshadowing images and descriptions that can make you have a better understanding of a Novel. 1984 is a dark modern classic that has a negative influence on the future. George Orwell in my opinion uses minor characters to enhance or pull together vital themes. Minor characters in this novel add suspense and knowledge to the book 1984. Such characters are Katharine Winston's wife, Comrade Ogilvy and The Skull-Faced man play vital roles in the novel 1984. These characters enhance all that is negative in Oceania. These minor characters changed the point of view of Winston Smith and later tormented his imagination.

Winston's wife Katherine was a tall fair haired women with strong facial features parted from Winston about eleven years ago. Even though Winston doesn't think about her much, she has...

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