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Julia's Significance In George Orwell's 1984
Transcript of Julia's Significance In George Orwell's 1984
Foil: a character who contrasts with another character (usually the protagonist) in order to highlight particular qualities of the other character
- 26 years old
- Against the Party
- Winston's love interest
- sexually promiscuous
- sharer of information
- instigates change
- ingenious, cunning, reckless
- self- indulgent (lives life for herself)
- scape goat
Devotion, and the persuasion of the Party
- rebels for sake of rebelling
- rebels for future
- Julia gives the readers, and Winston hope
Do you think that Party can ever be overthrown even if there are people like Julia and Winston out there?
Orwell, George. 1984: a novel. New York, N.Y.: Published by Signet Classic :, 1977. Print.