Nineteen Eighty-Four is an allegorical dystopian novel about the dangers of police states, groupthink, and surveillance of the public. It follows the hapless government employee Winston Smith as he dreams secretly and fruitlessly of rebellion against the all-powerful Big Brother and the Inner Party. Smith's England has been renamed Airstrip One, its citizens stripped of their individuality, its world locked in a constant state of manufactured war. It is a grim vision of the future intended as a commentary on the policies of England at the time of its writing.
Where does Winston live?
What does Winston begin when he returns home from work?
Who are Winston's neighbors?
Where does Winston work?
Who is the enemy of Oceania?
What is the name of the rally held everyday
Who inspired Winston to begin his diary?
Of what language is Syme an expert?
What does Julia tell Winston in her note?
What does Winston remember stealing from his mother before she disappeared?
What does Winston buy from Mr. Charrington's antique shop the second time he goes there?
What are the names of the other two superstates?
What simple rule does Julia follow in order to survive living under Big Brother?
Who reports Parsons to the Thought Police?
Julia is a member of what organization?
What is the name of the area where Winston dreams of meeting Julia?
What does O'Brien use to force Winston to renounce his love for Julia?
Who are the three former Revolution leaders vaporized for crimes against Big Brother
Where are prisoners taken for the third and final stag of reintegration?
In whom does Winston place his faith for a future revolt against Big Brother?
What is the song that reintegrated prisoners hear before they are vaporized?
Where is the telescreen hidden in Mr. Charrington's upstairs room?
What is Mr. Charrington's true identity?
What are the three slogans of the Party?
What does Winston realize at the end of the novel?