Nineteen Eighty-four and Julia Surprises Winston Essay

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Chapter One:
A telescreen is metal plaque (like a dulled mirror). Its purpose was to receive and transmit simultaneously.
Newspeak is the official language of Oceania.
The four Ministries are: Minitru, Miniluv, Minipeace, and Miniplenty.
The slogans of the Party are: “War is Peace. Freedom is Slavery. Ignorance is Strength.” Mrs. Parsons is afraid of her children because as they grow, they are trained by the Party to spy on their parents.
The Party changes and rewrites the past. Winston is among the group of people that change and rewrite the past.
A memory hole was a slit (placed in short intervals) throughout the building, used for discarding newspaper.
Syme is a “friend” of Winston. Syme enjoys his job as a writer for the Newspeak dictionary.
Winston thinks that Syme will be vaporized eventually because he is too intelligent.
The Junior Anti-Sex League is advocated complete celibacy for both sexes.
Winston believes that hope for the future lies in the proles because that is the only place that could have the force to destroy the Party.
Jones, Aaronson, and Rutherford were among the last survivors.
“Ownlife” is described as individualism and eccentricity.
Winston hopes to gain information about the old proles past life, more so about the Revolution.
The “girl with the dark hair” is Julia. Winston is bothered by her because she thinks that she is a spy and that she is following him.