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1984 Part Two Love Theme The passage which best represents love as the theme of it is in the first pages of Chapter Five In the passage Winston is realizing that he doesnt only like Julia for what she does for him physically but that he also has an emotional bound to her He realizes that with her and with love in his life everything is better He stops drinking and the process of life had ceased to be intolerable He likes every minute and every detail of their time alone it did not matterthe room was paradise When someone falls in love everything is great when that person first realizes that he is actually in love Life seems worth living One only wants to be with his lover and live life with his companion alone In this passage Winston is at this point in his affair He only wants to be with Julia and loves everything that they share He has a noticeable change in his lifestyle too He has better health with his ulcer subsiding and doesnt cough in the morning jerks like an old man He feels rejuvenated by Julia and by love PaperweightGlass Symbol The final passage in Chapter Four talks of a glass paperweight which can be associated with a symbolic meaning Winston bought the paperweight earlier and was scared that Julia would see it when he thought she was spying on him But now he shows it off to her as something of his own that is forbidden The paperweight is made of glass with coral inside Winston never tires of looking at it and imagining it was the world around him inside of it It may not have been the world around him but it was representative of the world he lives in The glass bubble is Oceania where nothing can escape and the coral is Winstons life small but it looks much
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