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I have read the thought-provoking book Nineteen Eighty Four by George Orwell George Orwell cleverly uses his main character Winston to illustrate the theme of the book which is the oppression of humanity Through the development of his main character Orwell clearly illustrates this message At the beginning of the book Winston is an example of an oppressed human He is not capable of feeling emotion or remembering things clearly However Winston has a feeling that there was once a time when things were better than they are in nineteen eighty four shown when Orwell writes he had a mute feeling in his bones This subtly links back to Orwells main message because Winston has a feeling that things were different but cannot clearly remember period in his life when things were different nor any time in his life which makes Winston and oppressed human Winston is concerned with individual freedom and expression this is why he starts his diary It was a particularly beautiful book its smooth creamy paper a little yellowed by age The diary appealed to Winston because it links to the past This is Winstons first link to the past and the first stage of his development into a fuller human being but cannot express himself properly or try to describe his thoughts and feelings he can only write down what he sees at the cinema which cleverly links back to the theme of the book because at this stage Winston is still an oppressed human Winstons love for Julia expands his world of feeling making him a fuller human After meeting Julia Winston was able to show emotion shown when he writes in his diary I hate her But soon after writing this in his diary Winston meets up with Julia and they fall in love which in itself is an act against the rules of the party This is the most important stage in Winstons development into a more
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