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Usually the structure of a novel reflects the authors message This is the case in the novel 1984 There is a negative utopia dystopia that occurs The novel is structured in three parts according to Winstons thoughts and actions toward the Party Through the structure of the novel 1984 the reader becomes aware of Winstons conversion to Party doctrine as he first questions it he then understands it and finally he accepts it Firstly the structure of the novel indicates to the reader Winstons conversion to Party doctrine In the first part he questions it Winston decides to write a diary He expresses his thoughts and feelings toward the Party He writes Down With Big Brother in it At this Point he is not sure if he wants to keep writing because he is afraid to get caught He writes about war and how it affects the children Winston does not think the Party should allow the hangings to be public Winston writes about when men will be free when the truth exists and when what is done cannot be undone Also Winston thinks about Goldstein He says how Goldstein has a lot of influence on some people Still the majority of the people hate and despise him He is always the face of hate in the Two Minute Hate and everywhere else but for some people like in The Brotherhood he is a hero Winston thinks about the brotherhood and wonders if it is a myth or a reality Therefore Winstons conversion to Party doctrine becomes obvious when he writes in his diary and when he questions Goldstein Secondly by the structure of the novel in the second part the reader becomes aware of Winstons conversion to Party doctrine as he understands it Winston has a love affair with Julia As it goes along he understands why the Party does not want people to get together It
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