Books will be available for pickup at the start of February.
This book will focus on three key topics including:
- Plot overview
- Character Analysis
- Important Quotation Analysis
Quote to be Analyzed:
George Orwell 1984
war is peace
freedom is slavery
ignorance is strength
Questions to answer as you read through:
- How old is Julia?
- Winston commits thoughtcrime by writing which of the following in his diary?
- What piece of evidence of the Party’s dishonesty does Winston remember having coming across several years earlier?
- What organization urges children to turn their parents over to the authorities?
- The psychological principle that allows an individual to believe contradictory ideas at the same time is called what?
- Who really wrote the manifesto that O’Brien gives to Winston?
- What does O’Brien use to torture Winston in Room 101?
- Where do Winston and Julia make love for the first time?
- What is the last line of the St. Clement’s Church song?
- What does Winston trace in the dust on the table at the end of the novel?
- How many times does Julia claim to have had sex with Party members?
- Which of the following characters is secretly a member of the Thought Police?
- What happens to the glass paperweight?
- Where is the telescreen hidden in the room above Mr. Charrington’s shop?
- What is the name for the mass rally held every day?
- Besides Oceania, what are the two countries that make up the rest of the Earth?
- What project is Syme working on at the beginning of the novel?
- Who turns Parsons in to the Thought Police?
- What does O’Brien say when Winston asks if he has been captured?
- To what organization does Julia belong?
- Winston has a memory of running away from his mother and sister and stealing what from them?
- The setting for Winston’s fantasy about Julia running toward him naked is
- In what nation did Orwell work for the British Imperial Police?
- In what nation was Orwell born?
- What was George Orwell’s real name?