Julia is far more intuitive and realistic than Winston. He was troubled by false memories occasionally. For a moment he was violently angry. Julia does not follow these strict sexual codes and, in fact, breaks them at every opportunity. His decisions to trust O'Brien and Mr. The smell of her hair, the taste of her mouth, the feeling of her skin seemed to have got inside him, or into the air all round him. Character Analysis Of Winston Smith Winston is the main character in this novel and he seems to be separated from all of the other characters in the book by his thoughts.
It was inevitable that they should make that claim sooner or later: the logic of their position demanded it. Fear is the main tool for the State in Nineteen Eighty-Four to control its individuals. Winston is also an amateur intellectual who nurses a secret hatred of the Party. Julia is pragmatic and optimistic. He no longer wonders if he should rebel, he rebels because it is the right thing to do to gain freedom. You don't give a damn what they suffer. In the end, he gets his wish.
He is a rebellious character who wants to breakdown the groups trying to control him and the people around him. Martin O'Brien's servant, Martin is a small, dark-haired man who Winston believes might be Chinese. Winston is a member of the Outer Party, and is under the ruling of the Inner Party, living under a mask that he is a loyal follower of Big Brother as those who do not follow Big Brother are vaporized and are never to be seen again. Orwell uses Winston's habit of introspection and self-analysis to explore the opposition between external and internal reality, and between individualism and collective identity. Orwell 6 The fact that Winston buys items from the Prole district frequently shows how he enjoys doing these rebellious acts since it allows him to go back to the past.
Newspeak, the language that the Party is creating, is closely based on English but has a greatly reduced and simplified vocabulary and grammar. Terrified by the realisation that this threat will come true if he continues to resist, he denounces Julia and pledges his loyalty to the Party. Winston feels that even if O'Brien is an enemy, it wouldn't matter because he knows O'Brien will understand him without explanation. He is thirty-nine years old, frail, and thin. When they meet again after their respective releases, Julia is spiritless, physically broken, and even nurses a vague dislike for Winston. Julia A 26-year-old Party member who works in the Fiction Department of the Ministry of Truth.
The famous Room might as well be empty, but it symbolizes the immense power of control of the State. She's stunning, but he hates her at the same time. In addition to the very act of loving one another, which is considered putting someone ahead of Big Brother and therefore banned, Julia and Winston also begin to plot against the government. His main trouble with the Party is their manipulation of history, and he greatly fears the moment when no one will have any memories of actual history, and will only know history as the Party wants to tell it. O'Brien becomes Winston's main torturer and converter.
He represents the feelings in every human being, and it is for this reason that a reader hopes that things will change. When she said that she could not come, he had the feeling that she was cheating him. Whereas Winston seeks to destroy the party and overthrow the government, Julia desires only to break enough rules to have fun. He now lives only to serve the Party and Big Brother, basking in the perceived love of Ingsoc and Big Brother. Nothing matters for Party Members, especially Outer Party members like Winston and Julia, other than love for the state and for Big Brother, the larger-than-life dictator of the Party and Oceania. When Winston is destroyed, these things are destroyed with him, and so goes the reader's faith that these values are undying and a natural part of being human.
Thus starts a torrid love affair that moves beyond mere romance to include plots against dictator Big Brother and the whole system of Oceania. He thought that in the last few seconds between the moment the bullet enters the back of his head and his actual death, he would hate the Big Brother. Tillotson A coworker of Winston's, Tillotson sits across from him in the Records Department and is extremely secretive about his work. You think there's no other way of saving yourself, and you're quite ready to save yourself that way. Winston Smith, acting in rebellion, begins to write in a diary he bought from a poor village where the proles live. No emotion was pure, because everything was mixed up with fear and hatred. The paperweight was the room he was in, and the coral was Julia's life and his own, fixed in a sort of eternity at the heart of the crystal.
He detests the Party and he's constantly challenging its authority. Winston is employed as a records editor and propaganda officer for the Ministry of Truth. Julia uses sex to attack the Party, but it is far less effective a weapon than love. This means that Winston was forced to forget everything that made him distinct and unique. There was such a depth of it, and yet it was almost as transparent as air.