Julia (Nineteen Eighty-Four) - Wikipedia
The entire circumstance of their meeting appears staged and coming right out and Julia telling Winston that she loved him, should of sent up. After several days of nervous tension during which he does not speak to her, Winston They meet in the square and witness a convoy of Eurasian prisoners being Afterward, Winston asks Julia if she has done this before, and she replies. Winston and Julia meet up for the final time, without paranoia, in the with plastic surgery changing, but does our government not torture to the.
You would hardly recognize her if you saw her. All her rebelliousness, her deceit, her folly, her dirty-mindedness — everything has been burned out of her.
It was a perfect conversion, a textbook case. He knows he will eventually be killed, but secretly he intends to continue hating Big Brother and loving Julia, the only thing keeping him from reverting to a mindlessly loyal Party comrade. One tiny victory he reserves for his moment of death: The Party could not change his feelings and make him betray Julia in his heart.
However, Winston's resolve to continue loving Julia is burned away when he finally enters Room They agree nothing — not even sex — matters any more, because their feelings for each other are gone. Julia explains to Winston that "sometimes And then you say, 'Don't do it to me, do it to somebody else, do it to so-and-so. And after that, you don't feel the same towards the other person any longer". It is also suggested that she has been given a lobotomy " As the novel closes, Winston discovers that his love for Julia has been replaced by love for Big Brother — the only form of love that is approved by the Party.
Like Winston, Julia is a smoker.
More badly, he heard the rats squeal frantically. He felt the rat's legs climb on his face, their teeth press into him as if to taste him first. A gunshot entered the room.
– Winston and Julia’s Relationship: The Lust that Appea by Monica Patel on Prezi
And soon after, Winston heard his head cage unlocking. His head was pulled out. He sighed in relief. Right now we need to get answers out of O'Brien,' commanded Julia. O Brien was crawling slowly away he had been shot in the right leg. Julia quickly went to his right hand and shot it. If I get good reviews, I will write more. The choice is in your hands.
I love to hear what you think about my story, whether it be criticism or praise. It'll probably be only criticism but I still love bad reviews. In the next chapter, I will make Julia and Winston bring down Big Brother somehow, as I thought this was going to happen, while halfway through the book, but it never did. This may not completely follow with the story since it's been a while since I've read it.
I do believe she gets caught and tortured. No matter what role she plays, even if she were truly an agent of the thought police, eventually she would have to be rehabilitated because the very doctrine of the Inner Party would not let someone exist who entertains thoughts contrary to the principles of doublethink. If they could vaporize Syme for knowing too much of the right thing, they would certainly arrest her for being too individualistic -- of course, after they used her for their own ends.
Julia was obviously as much of a marked person as was Winston. And being masters of strategy and chess, the Inner Party could easily engineer the mutual betrayal and humiliation of two people who once cared for each other This is in consonance with the type of tribal in-fighting and religious warfare that imperialist nations provoke as a means of dividing and conquering their subjects.
One thing I've always wondered is what Julia's greatest fear might be? Anyone interested in answering that? That's one of the things he and Julia had in common. She remembered some nursery rhymes her grandfather had taught her. And of course, Mr Charington plays on this desire of Winston's and feeds it with his intellectual air.
Naturally Charington and other members of the Inner Party know about the past and enjoy that knowledge. They just don't share it with the "dumb masses".
That's what falsification of the past and reality control are all about. Remember Winston's conversation in the pub with the old guy and how he tried to get him to think back to the time before the revolution but how the old guy's brain was just a jumble of disconnected facts? That was very frustrating for Winston. I don't include the dialogue in any of my themes but you can look it up in Book One, Chapter 8.
Now getting back to the coincidences, I'll ask you to think about this on a personal level. Haven't you ever noticed how you can be thinking of something and it will happen? Or you can be thinking of someone and they will phone? Or how about when you meet someone and fall in love and you feel like you're soul mates because they bring out the best in you or open your mind up to areas of yourself that you haven't shared before.
That's what happens with Winston and Julia. If Winston hadn't met Julia he would never have gone to the Golden Country because he was stuck in the city, friendless and alone. But Julia had been a member of all the Youth Groups and the Anti-Sex League etc and so she'd been on field trips and knew about such places. She had no idea it would have such a powerful affect on Winston but it did, and that's part of how she brought out these innermost feelings in Winston.
And the same is true with the chocolate. If it hadn't been for Julia, Winston wouldn't have experienced tasting the chocolate, which then triggered the memory of his mother and his little sister.
And remember, it was through that memory that Winston is finally able to come to terms with his guilt and sadness over losing his mother. What you refer to as "coincidences" and ascribe to the Inner Party's control over Winston, are in fact not due to them at all.