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1984 By George Orwell 1949 Main Characters Winston Smith - The 39 year old protagonist of the novel whose rebellion against Big Brother and the Party and love for Julia is completely wiped out by OBrian at the Ministry of Love Julia - Member of the Junior Anti-Sex league who becomes Winstons secret lover and fellow rebel OBrian - Member of the Inner-Party who learns that Winston has rebellious tendencies and sets a trap for him over the course of 7 years and ultimately destroys him Big Brother - Mysterious omnipresent figurehead who is the embodiment of all the ideals of the party Minor Characters Emmanuel Goldstein - Leader of the rebels and designated enemy of the citizens Mr Charrington - Secret Member of the thought police who owns and operates an antique store and rents a room to Julia and Winston as a trap for OBrian Settings Oceania - One of the three totalitarian superpowers that rule the world using censorship and pure terror Mr Charringtons rented room - Winston and Julias secret hideaway where they come to make love and hide from the telescreens and constant watch of the Party Ministry of Love - A rehabilitation center which uses torture and brainwashing technique in order to completely conform its prisoners into the thinking and beliefs of the party only to be later killed sent to forced labor camps or even released back into society Plot In 1984 Winston Smith lives in London which is part of the country Oceania The world is divided into three countries that include the entire globe Oceania Eurasia and Eastasia Oceania and both of the others is a totalitarian society led by Big Brother which censors everyones behavior even their thoughts Winston is disgusted with his oppressed life and
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