Julia's Role In The Novel 1984, By George Orwell

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Javier Portillo Mr.Crook Ap Language and Comp Per. 3 8/29/14 Literary Response Quarter 1 1984 George Orwell 245 Pages Published in 1950 1.Point of View: The novel 1984 written by George Orwell is written in the 3rd person point of view. Mr. Orwell is able to evoke emotions of joy, shock disbelief, and bewilderment as a result of the point of view he choose to use in this novel from the readers. 2.Main Characters: A.Winston Smith,Age:39 B.Afraid “He sat back in his chair, slightly ashamed of himself and laid down his pen.The next moment he started violently.There was a knocking at his door. Already! He sat as still as a mouse, in the…show more content…
Julia is a round and dynamic character because she does change towards the end of the story do to being in tortured in the Ministry of Love.Julia was rebellious from the start of the book and we see, through the use of description, how she acts, how she thinks, and how she looks.Despite having this rebelliousness she changes because she loses it because of the events that happened in the Ministry of Love. 2D. Julia’s role in the novel 1984 was to help the story progress. She was the reason why Winston became more rebellious and caused the events which followed after she left him the note in their place of work.She also served as the protagonist love interest. 2E. The name Julia in this novel has probable correlation to the names meaning in Greek, American, and Swedish which is youthful which she was depicted so in the novel. 2F. “The girl laughed delightedly, evidently taking this as a tribute to the excellence of her disguise”(101) This quote reveals Julia’s character because we can tell she is happy how her farce of believing in what the Party and Oceania stand for is working. From this we can tell she is rebellious, but she is good at hiding what should not be seen. 3. Minor Characters A Tom

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