INTRODUCTION

and Oceania Portrays the perfect totalitarian society.1984 is a fictional novel by Georg Orwell. Eurasia. .  written in 1948 after world war II and published in 1984  prediction of the world in the future (1984)  world has been divided into 3 super powers Eastasia.

 Member of the Outer Party from Oceania.  works at the Ministry of Truth  job is to alter or rectify all past news articles which have since been proven to be false . England's great leader during World War II.Main characters of novel WINSTON SMITH  Main leading protagonist character of the novel  Orwell named his hero after Winston Churchill.

for her own enjoyment.  Julia is realistic and optimistic  Her rebellion against the Party is small and personal.  She is against the Party's doctrines.  Works in the Fiction Department at the Ministry of Truth. .JULIA  Winston's love-interest and ally.

 O'Brien is a personification of the Party  Much of the Party's doctrine is revealed through him.  Member of the Inner Party.  O'Brien is at once Winston's enemy and his ally. .O Brien  A mysterious figure.

and eternal  fear that Big brother is watching you prevails through out the novel. . all-powerful.Big Brother  Leader of the Party  Big Brother is a god-like figure  Present every where.

‡ Dreams are never realized. and passion is meaningless (never destined to last. twisted and subverted in the end) . hopes are dashed.

Orwell creates a technologically advanced world in which fear is used as a tool for manipulating and controlling individuals who do not conform to the prevailing political orthodoxy. . eastasia and Eurasia. ‡ The world has been divided into 3 Oceania. ‡ a state in which government monitors and controls every aspect of human life to the extent that even having a disloyal thought is against the law. ‡ Portrays the perfect totalitarian society.‡ In 1984.

 Two minutes hate Four ministries Ministry of truth Ministry of love Ministry of peace Ministry of plenty .Part 1  Winston's life in ministry of truth.

Party slogan ‡ War is peace. freedom is slavery. ‡ Thought police . ignorance is strength ‡ Big brother is watching you.

Charrington The book .‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Part 2 Meeting of Winston and Julia. Winston rebellion against the party Double Thinking Mr.