1984 homework

  1. How could a citizen of Oceania protect themselves from the Thought Police?
  2. Is there any way to overthrow the Party?
  3. Which is more important: creating big political change (such as Winston wants) or keeping oneself free (as Julia maintains)?
  4. It is vitally important to the inner party that the people of Oceania be kept in a perpetual state of paranoia.  Discuss how this is achieved and, most importantly, why it is so important to the party’s system of control.
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