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Julia Rebel or Not In Orwells novel 1984 he creates a character that represents brains This character is Julia You may think that if you are smart then why would you want to hide it Being brainy in the world of 1984 is anything but a good thing If they know you are thinking things other then what you are told to think then you will be punished for thought crime Julia however does and excellent job at hiding her thoughts She performs doublethink she believes in two things at the same time Julia is anything but a corrupt featherbrain She basically has to lives going on at once One life loving Big Brother and one of which she is more of a rebel At the beginning of Orwells book Julia is portrayed as someone who is all for Big Brother She wears the sash to represent he beliefs of Big Brother Everyone who sees her including Winston believes she is on the side of Big Brother It isnt until Julia passes Winston the note that he realizes the truth about her in the two or three seconds while he was helping her up the girl had slipped something into his hand 89 The note says I love you 90 The truth is that on the inside Julia really is a rebel After the note gets passed to Winston the love affair between the two of them begins Its real undeclared purpose was to remove all pleasure from the sexual act 57 Not only is having sex for any reason besides the production of children for the party against the law but also Winston is a married man Winston is still married to his wife Katherine because as far as he knows she is not dead Sex without approval is also illegal This action taken by Julia is showing her doublethink She plays it off as if she loves Big Brother but on the
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