Winston hoped for many things one of them being that he was not alone in hating the party. A young attractive girl named Julia, lets Winston know he is not alone in hating the party by asking him to have sex with her. Although Julia is not Winston's perfect choose she is against the party because unlike Winston she defies the party from what Winston describes as "the waist down." Unlike Julia who physically defied the party Winston believed it was more important to mentally and logically defy the party. He accomplished this by writing in his journal about the dreams, and by writing about his thoughts and feelings against the party. Winston believed that their was a part of you that no matter what the party could no get to and change. This is ironic because later in the story you learn that O'Brian because later it is learned that O'Brian has really been spying on him all along and now has finally gain enough evidence to bring Winston to the Ministry of love. In the ministry of love Winston was tortured and finally broken by O'Brian when Winston tells O'Brian to let the rats eat Julia and to spare his life. After this point O'Brian believes Winston is no long mentally ill, and is then released back into the society of Big Brother where he embraces and loves it.
Winston also remained alive in hope that his... [continues]
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