1984 Essay | Courage - 1984

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Courage - 1984

Summary: Evaluates the novel 1984 by British author, George Orwell. Examines the character of Winston and details how he is a courageous character. Provides supporting evidence from the text.
Courage is when one has the bravery to stand up against someone or something. Winston, from the book 1984 by George Orwell, proves that he has courage to stand out against the party. Winston wanted the party out of power, and all of the rebellions Winston wanted to create were triggered by his hate for the party. Even though Winston knew if he were to be caught doing anything wrong, he would be tortured or worse, put to death.

Winston is a strong, brave, and courageous character in this book. He showed his bravery when he was rebelling and having an affair with Julia. The party looked down upon sex for any reason other than reproduction. "Sexual Intercourse was to be looked on as a slightly disgusting minor operation, like having an enema." Part 1, Chapter 6, pg. 69. In rebellion of the party Winston and Julia, thinking they were being sneaky...

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