winston's world
Updated: 2/18/2021
winston's world

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  • The Dream
  •  "she was tall, statuesque, rather silent woman"(chapter 3, page 29)
  • The way he saw his mother in the dream
  • the old man and the Prole district bar
  • "you are much older then I am" "you can remember what it was like in the old days before the revolution (chapter 8, page 89)
  • "I used to sometimes go to 'Yde park of a Sunday afternoon to, ear the blokes making speeches. Salvation army, Roman Catholics, Jews, Indians- all sorts, there was."(chaper 8, page 90)
  • He dreams of how his family was. His mother, his sister, his father. This connects to the major theme of thought control, because in his dream he believes that he played a part in his mother and sisters death.
  • revolutions history
  • By 1970 none of them were left, except Big Brother himself."(chapter 7, page 75
  • He dreams of his mother in a dark space sinking into the ground, which symbolizes her falling to her death, he thinks that he is responsible for her dying. this connects to the major theme of control with fear. it connects because. he is fearing her dying and this all happened with being in the new revolution.
  • rebels he remembers
  • "At their second trial they confessed to all their old crimes over again, with a whole string of new ones. They were executed, and their fate was. recorded in the Party histories, a warning to posterity."(. chapter 7, page 77
  • the old man did not provide Winston with any real political history. The old man was vague. Winston begins to wonder if life was better before or after the Revolution. He feels sad because he doesn't see any change happening soon. capitalism really this strong in the past or was it free. This connects to the major theme of reality.
  • rebels he remembers
  • In the sixties the original leaders of the revolution were killed. The only one left was big brother who as of right now in Winston's time is in control. All the rest have either fled or been executed publicly. This connects to reality because, this is what Winston remembers.
  • The last survivors were three men named Jones, Aaronson, and Ruthrford. What stood out to Winston was Ruthrford's life as a famous caricaturist. His burtal cartoons had angered popular opinion even before change. Even know his cartoons are still appearing in Times. This connects to the theme of new media.
  • Winston threw the photograph into the memory hole for fear that this bit of real history and his effort to remember history as it actually happened would betray him as a thought-criminal. This connects to the theme of surveillance and privacy because they were being watched all the time and he could fall into the thought-police.