The main character is Winston Smith, a man who works for the party and is supposed to change history to match what the party has told him. Winston lives in a society where he is constantly listened to and watched by telescreens and microphones to make sure he is enthusiastic about hate, and to make sure he doesn’t commit any crimes. Everywhere Winston goes he always sees posters that say, “Big Brother is Watching You.” Big Brother is the party leader that may or may not be real. The official language of Oceania, the country where Airstrip one is located, is Newspeak. Newspeak is the only language in Oceania that lessens it’s words each year so that it is harder for people to commit thoughtcrime.
who is the leader of a secret party that rebels against Big brother. Winston is stunned and beyond excited to receive the book and read all of its answers. O’Brian doesn’t really come back into play until the end of the book after Winston is caught and being tortured. When Winston sees O’Brian he is stunned still thinking that he was on his side and rebelled against the party with Winston. When Winston asks O’Brian when they got him.
At first Winston believes Julia will turn him in for committing Thought Crime. Then Julia passes Winston a note and they meet each other. The Party also does not allow association that is not goverernd. This is the start of an affair between the two, because they are not married and free love is not allowed. Winston is rebelling fully by his association with Julia.
It is also the first opportunity for conflict since the mass brawl. Romeo has gate crashed the party and is spotted by Tybalt. Tybalt confronts his Uncle, older Capulet, and tells him that he wants to physically remove him from the party 'It fits when such a villain is a guest, I'll not endure him' but his Uncle will not let Tybalt ruin his party for there is the County Paris there, who is going to marry Juliet and he doesn't want his family thought of as a bunch of ill mannered rogues 'Content thee gentle coz, let him alone' 'More light, more light! - For shame! I'll make you quiet.
His job: to rewrite the past so that The Party, specifically Big Brother, appears to be omnipotent. From as long as he can remember, he has despised The Party and what it stood for, although he doesn't reveal his true feelings to anyone around him. When Winston begins a torrid love affair with one of the young women in his agency named Julia, he finds someone else who shares in his beliefs. The two have several meetings throughout the book, in which they discuss their hatred for the government. They join a secret alliance called The Brotherhood, who's specific purpose is the end of The Party.
Winston’s problems arise as he realizes he is not like most people around him, he does not like the society he is living in and wants to take down Big Brother. Winston soon meets a girl named Julia who dislikes Big Brother as well, and soon they begin to commit a wide variety of crimes together. They begin a forbidden love affair, but worry constantly about being caught. As Winston’s love for Julia grows, so does his hatred for Big Brother. Winston soon receives word that a man named O’Brien wants to see him, which excites him because Winston believes that O’Brien is a member of a secret party called The Brotherhood.
Brick told his father that he and his brother married into society. He seems like he never wanted to marry Maggie at all, that it was something that he thought he had to do. However, he says in the play that he is disgusted with homosexuality and disgusted with the way Skipper acted before he died. “Skipper went to bed with Maggie to prove it wasn’t true, and when it didn’t work out, he thought it was true!...he made a drunken confession to me and on which I hung up!” (Williams, p. 125-126). Brick was disgusted with the idea that Skipper had any feelings for him and he’s disgusted that his family feels the same way.
"Big Brother is watching you" (Orwell 3). He sees all. He knows that Winston has been making love to a woman, which was forbidden to Party members. The man falls in love with Julia, a mysterious dark-haired girl, who is also an anti-Big Brother person. Together, they meet secretly and devise plans on how to ruin the Party's rule.
Tarek is not only participating for the money the guinea pigs are to receive for their participation; he is a journalist looking for a story. A story that might give him a break into the company he worked for. He ridicules the guards and inspires a playful prison riot in order to get a good story, this accelerates the effects of the prison immensely. A subtle choreography of feelings t... ... middle of paper ... ...ir obnoxious teachers. This sort of thing is seen in many instances just not under the title of experiment.
He sees how young minds can be moulded into loyalty for the Party through organizations such as the Spies and the Youth League, which encourage children to report an... ... middle of paper ... ...he incredible item which made him feel again. Which made him hope after a very long while. By the end of Part one Winston comes to the conclusion that the Party is holding people in a bubble-like society. Goldstein may not exist, neither do the wars. I believe all that and the fact that the Ministries all lie for the benefit of nothing but trickery.