Diary Entry for 1984

Topics: Mind, Optimism, Nineteen Eighty-Four Pages: 2 (527 words) Published: October 20, 2010
5 October 2010
Dear Julia,

I am so very delighted that I can communicate with you. I would like to stress that this is a great honor for me. In the novel 1984 I strongly believe you play one of the outstanding roles. The reason for writing this letter to you is that I have read the novel and analyzed every character. More by the leading roles Winston , O’Brian I am most impressed by you. Foolish of me I should have introduced myself earlier. My name is Bazardari Narmandakh, I am 18 years, and in my last year of school. To get back to the point.

In the Society of Big Brother, I would say you were the only one who I thought was ready to have fun and accepted reality. Your principles of life seemed to exactly suit me. I also believe in living for the day to accept reality just the way it is rather than trying to change it. Find a way to live happily within your own means unlike Winston. You being the outer party member and in the sex league. Wearing the sashine every day convinced many perceive you as the good girl. However women always have their secrets. Looking at how my other classmates perceive you it seemed to me that how others perceive you is similar to what many also think of me. You were the person who spiced the storyline up with your love for Winston. You were the person who allowed me to wonder what was going to happen so I am proud to say are a page turner for me.

Speaking of page turner your carefree optimism is a similarity we share, it is the reason why I chose you. The storyline of the novel was dark and gloomy until you came to the picture. Example would be when you and Winston travelled to the countryside for your first date. Such place did not excited until you invited Winston to join you. This place was the start of the lighter storyline. This was not a novel to read lying on the beach. However your optimistic view of not getting caught by the Inner Party for your affair with Winston added lightness to the plot. Your sense of...
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