Politics produces both cost and benefits. Explain the four types of politics, who benefits and who pays.
last morsel of pleasure when the clock is within five minutes of striking. But there were also times when they had the illusion not only of safety but of permanence.” This paragraph’s testament to the ability to hold out, hope, and even have some moments of enjoyment in any situation (even 1984’s bleak circumstances). This light at the end of the tunnel mentality is a common factor in Winston’s decisions, so this could also be somewhat in character development as well. 3.page 129-“In the ramifications of party doctrine she had not the faintest interest. Whenever he began to talk of the principles of Ingsoc, doublethink, the mutability of the past, and the denial of objective reality, and to use Newspeak words, she became bored and confused and said that she never paid any attention to that kind of thing. One knew that it was all rubbish, so why let oneself be worried by it?” This paragraph shows how Julia acts as a counterweight to Winston’s highly introspective personality, and also how the party’s influence has affected different generations. Their relationship is interesting because watching their outlooks on Big Brother’s policy and ideology bounce off each other gives a good perspective on the “average citizen’s” thoughts on the current situation. 4. Page 137-“‘The proles are human beings,’ he said aloud. ‘We are not human.’” Why does Winston believe that he is not human? He knows that he is doomed – all that oppose the party are, but why does he believe this to make him inhuman? 5. Page 133-“He had moved from thoughts to words, and now from words to actions. The last step was something that would happen in the Ministry of Love. He had accepted it. The end was contained in the beginning. But it was frightening: or, more exactly, it was like a foretaste of death, like being a little less alive.” I liked the “end was contained in the beginning” here, as it is a clever way of saying how Winston believes himself to be doomed. He believes that from the first moment where he doubted big brother in his mind, it was a slippery slope down to the inevitable end in the ministry of love. 6. (A) Page 123-“… the town had a curiously febrile air”>GET ANSWER Let’s block ads! (Why?)