1984 Essay | Alienation in 1984

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Alienation in 1984

Summary: Explores the novel 1984 by George Orwell. Describes how the totalitarian society of Oceania drives main character Winston to long for isolation. Details the consequences of alienation.
If you live in a state where you are dictated all the time, it can bring the kind of alienation that is shown in the novel 1984. Winston, the first and the most obvious example of this, is totally disconnected from everybody else in the world. Even after meeting Julia he still can't find someone who shares the same feelings and thoughts as he does. Winston's wife becomes almost like an archetype by which Winston expresses his hatred for women. The Party's war against love and sex has succeeded in alienating Winston from half of the human race. He doesn't have a lot of memories of his father. He has guilt about starving his sister to death, and in a way he feels he is the one who killed his mother. In this circumstance, Winston's psychological and sexual life has been damaged. Julia is also alienated, and this is...

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