1984 Essay | 1984-Analysis of Chapters One to Three

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1984-Analysis of Chapters One to Three

Summary: An analysis of chapters 1-3 in George Orwell's 1984. Includes character profiles.
1984- Analysis of Chapters 1-3

In chapter one of 1984, the characters are basically being introduced. They live in a totalitarian society called Oceania. Winston Smith is the protagonist of the novel. People get an idea of the brutal and cruel things done to the people of Oceania from Winston. The other main characters are introduced by using Winston's perception of them. Julia, the dark-haired girl from the fiction department (in the beginning, he doesn't know her name), causes him to feel uneasy. Winston suspects her to be a member of the Thought Police. Initially, he sees her as a symbol of "social orthodoxy", meaning that she has a clear mind. On the other hand, Winston has a comradeship with O'Brien, because of his held belief that O'Brien's political orthodoxy was not perfect. Winston got this impression when he and O'Brien had once exchanged glances...

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