The Structure Of the Novel 1984
Usually, the structure of a novel reflects the author's message. This is the case in the novel 1984. There is a negative utopia (dystopia) that occurs. The novel is structured in three parts according to Winston's thoughts and actions toward the Party. Through the structure of the novel 1984, the reader becomes aware of Winston's conversion to Party doctrine as he first questions it, he then understands it, and finally, he accepts it.
Firstly, the structure of the novel indicates to the reader Winston's conversion to Party doctrine. In the first part, he questions it. Winston decid…
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