Discuss the symbolic importance of the prole woman singing in the yard behind Mr. Charrington’s apartment. What does she represent for Winston, and what does she represent for Julia?
1984 is a presentation of Orwell’s definition of dystopia and was meant as a warning to those of the modern era. What specifically is Orwell warning us against, and how does he achieve this?
Analyze the interactions between Winston and the old man in the pub, Syme, and Mr. Charrington. How do Winston’s interactions with these individuals guide him towards his ultimate arrest?
Analyze the Party’s level of power over its citizens, specifically through the lens of psychological manipulation. Name the tools the Party uses to maintain this control and discuss their effectiveness.