How Orwell uses the main character of Winston to illustrate the theme of the opression of humanity.
I have read the thought-provoking book "Nineteen Eighty Four" by George Orwell. George Orwell cleverly uses his main character Winston to illustrate the theme of the book, which is the oppression of humanity. Through the development of his main character, Orwell clearly illustrates this message.
At the beginning of the book, Winston is an example of an oppressed human. He is not capable of feeling emotion or remembering things clearly. However, Winston has a feeling that there was once a time when things were better than they are in nineteen eighty four, shown when Orwell writes "he had a…
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