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Anyone who thinks subversive thoughts can be turned in by spies or by Big Brother, who monitors them through highly sensitive telescreens.

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If someone does not have the proper facial expression, they are considered guilty of Facecrime, so all emotions must be extremely carefully guarded. Freedom exists only in the proletarian ghetto, where crime and hunger are commonplace. Winston feels he could not live in this ghetto, even though his life is almost as grim as that of the ghetto dwellers. The punishment for even minor crimes is severe, yet people occasionally choose to break the law.

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The Party knows that people instinctively want to have sex, form loving bonds, and think for themselves instead of accepting unquestioningly whatever the totalitarian government tells them. As long as people choose to exercise free will, the Party must be ever-vigilant against crime and make their punishments severe in order to remain in control.

B Appearances and Reality in the novel In totalitarian Oceania, it seems as if everyone is slavishly devoted to Big Brother and believes everything the government tells them. Some people secretly feel and believe differently from how they behave; of course, they are extremely careful not to betray themselves. Winston is very much aware of this, because it is his job in the inaccurately named Ministry of Truth to change the records of history.

He cannot ignore what he remembers: Oceania was at war with Eurasia and allied with Eastasia yesterday, and not vice versa. Only the old man, a powerless prole who lives on the street, speaks about what really happened in the past, but in short and irrelevant snippets about his personal experiences. The Party cannot allow people to have a perception of reality that is different from theirs. If that is granted, all else follows. Children are encouraged to betray their parents to the state if they suspect them of Thoughtcrimes thinking something that goes against the Party line.

The Party has outlawed sex for pleasure and reduced marriage to an arrangement between a man and woman that exists only for procreation. Sexual urges must be repressed for fear they will lead to love, human connection, and personal loyalty, all of which threaten the Party.

Winston and Julia both give in to torture and betray each other. When they are released, their love and loyalty to each other have been destroyed.

Because the Party can easily detect Thoughtcrimes, people always act as if they are completely loyal to the Party. No one trusts anyone else completely. His misjudgment is almost understandable, given the subtle cues both give him to indicate that they are fellow subversives. But as it turns out they are deliberately setting a trap for him and Julia. In the end, no one can be trusted. D Utopia and Anti-Utopia in the novel is clearly an anti-utopian book. Such a pessimistic vision of the future serves a purpose, as Orwell knew.

He wrote as a warning in order to make people aware that this type of society could exist if trends such as jingoism, oppression of the working class, and the erosion of language that expresses the vastness of human experience continued.

Readers are supposed to see that this is only one possible future, one they must work to avoid. E Patriotism in the novel The blind patriotism that fueled the dictatorships of German leader Adolf Hitler and Soviet leader Joseph Stalin in the s and s inspired Orwell to write of Oceania and its leader, Big Brother.

Just as the Germans fanatically cheered and revered Hitler, treating him as a beloved father, the citizens of Oceania look up to Big Brother as their protector, who will watch over them just as a real brother would. The huge pictures of Big Brother that can be found everywhere in Oceania are reminiscent of those of Communist leader Mao Tse-tung displayed by the Chinese. As in real totalitarian regimes, the children of Oceania play a large part in maintaining the loyalty and patriotism of the citizens.

Just as German children joined the scout-like and militaristic Hitler Youth organization, the children of Oceania enjoy wearing their Junior Spies costumes, marching around, and singing patriotic songs. Related titles on this novel: