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Foreshadowing in "1984"

Summary: Essay discusses the use of foreshadowing in George Orwell's "1984."
In the book 1984, George Orwell creates a protagonist who tries to defeat the dark, terrifying traits of a totalitarian world. The protagonist, Winston, has very common human desires to feel love and find truth, yet it is this struggle of the human spirit that makes Winston uncommon from his peers. Winston tenaciously holds on to the memories of his mother and his experiences with Julia, and his relationships with them are a constant reminder and catalyst in his efforts against the Party. He dreams of his mother and how they once used to be, and desires this relationship once more. His desire motivates him to bring down Big Brother. He then meets Julia, a person for which he thinks he had so much in common with because they shared the same dislike for the Party. Due to their common dislike, they began to get closer and closer leading...

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