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1984

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Transcript of 1984

1984
Character Timeline
BY: Rohan, Senani and Jun

1. Thoughtcrime
2. Julia
Internal feelings:
When Winston firsts reads the letter that was given by Julia , he is bombed with an array of emotions which explodes inside him , he desperately tries to keep his emotions and thoughts hidden from the telescreen . We immediately uncovers the joy that has swelled up in his mind “ the desire to stay alive had welled up in him “ . He tries desperately to “conceal “ his joy from the telescreen . But at the same moment fear griped “what If I was trap” . he kept repeating to himself .
3. The Thought Police
Internal feelings:
Before getting caught by the police they felt a lot free and out going even though they knew they were at risk. But once they got caught they felt hopeless and scared.
4. Room 101
Internal feelings:
Winston feels horror and fear as he is in room 101. As he saw the starving rats infront of him ready torture him he felt like a nightmare coming true.
He felt helpless since he was forced to betray the love he had towards Julia.
5. “He had won the victory over himself. He loved big brother”
Internal feelings:
Damaged, changed, like an empty shell, released into the world again. His feeling for Julia has faded away and he refuses to think about the situation at room 101. He persuades himself that it was just a false memory.
Internal feelings:
When Winston decides to write in his diary an array of emotions bombards his field of thought, at first he feels ashamed then guilty , but more over fear grips him as the realisation of what he has committed sinks in .

External forces/situations:
O'brien disliked Winston being with Julia. He confirms to Winston and Julia that he hates the party and he works against the brotherhood. Later in the Ministry of love O'Brien reveals to Winston that he was a spy from the party.
The characters changes/developments:
In the room 101 Winston is brainwashed and punished by O'brien. He finds joy on the thought of commtting crime against the government. Inside room 101 he is strapped to a chair and O'brien releases some starving rats to eat Winston's face as his torture.
Later on Winston begins to accept big brother. He persuades himself that the past was unreal.Such as the memories of his family and the war against Eurasia and eastasia
.
Settings/situation:
It is set inside Ministry of love. Inside a room called 101. In the book this room is presented as a horrific room since Winston was sent to this room to be tortured by the rats.
External forces/situations
At this early stage of the book Winston is oppressed by the sheer force of big brother , we are under the impression Winston is living in a world where freedom of thought itself is dangerous . The term “thought police” is used many times and referred to as tool of how big brother implements his power and authority .

The characters changes/developments:
By rendering himself to the task , Winston chooses to break the barrier against individuality and express his emotion by writing in a dairy and hence try to express the wrong doing of big brother .
Settings/situation:
Winston is in his own house which he described to be as a storage place for “bookshelves”, he was in the “alcove” , which was placed “well back “ of the “range of the telescreen”,
External forces/situations:
The party persuades people to think that feelings are unimportant. Intentionally stealing the power of people expressing their individuality.
The characters changes/developments:
After getting caught by the thought police, they are brought into the ministry of love, where they are punished and tortured.
Settings/situation:
They hear a red armed woman singing outside when Julia and Winston fall asleep together. When they both wake up they still find the same woman singing outside again.
External forces/situations:
Winston begins to believe everything said on the telescreen. Eurasia has invaded Central Africa. Eurasia might be able to break Oceania's defence and pit risk on the nation.
The characters changes/developments:
Winston accepts everything the party says without a doubt. seeing big brothers face around makes him feel secure and gives him happiness. He now accepts Big brother.
Settings/situations:
After Winston is released from room 101 inside the Ministry of Love.
External forces/situations:
When Winston firsts reads the letter that was given by Julia , he is bombed with an array of emotions which explodes inside him , he desperately tries to keep his emotions and thoughts hidden from the telescreen . We immediately uncovers the joy that has swelled up in his mind “ the desire to stay alive had welled up in him “ . He tries desperately to “conceal “ his joy from the telescreen . But at the same moment fear griped “what If I was trap” . he kept repeating to himself .
The characters changes/developments:
At the first moment of reading the letter Winston’s outlook on life is suddenly changed ,his “desire to live” has suddenly taken flight. From this moment on his whole outlook to life had changed , this was one of the most defining moments in his characteristics .
Settings/situations:
When Winston was reading the life altering message he was sitting in his office facing the telscreen and trying to conceals his true emotions.
Quotations:
"... it seemed to him that he could feel Julia's body shaking... perhaps it was merely shaking of his own" page 178.

"It was behing the picture" page 178.
Quotations:
"Forty years it had taken him to learn...kind of smile...hidden...beneath dark moustache...O cruel, needless misunderstanding!"

"He loved big brother" last page of the novel.
"...But it was all right, everything was all right...the stuggle was finished"
Quotations:
Do it to Julia! Do it to Julia! Not me! Julia! I don't care what you do to her. Tear her face off, strip her to the bones. Not me! Julia! Not me!" says Winston. part 3 chapter 5
"the worst thing in the world" said O'Brien: part 3 chapter 5
References:
1984 by George Orwell
Tildinator. "SparkNotes: 1984." SparkNotes: Today's Most Popular Study Guides. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 Aug. 2013. <http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/1984/>.
rnes, Sholto; Tonkin, and Boyd (18 June 2004). "Anna Funder: Inside the real Room 101". "Room 101 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia." Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 Aug. 2013.
<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Room_101>.
"Thought Police - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia." Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 Aug. 2013. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thought_Police>
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