1984 The Importance of the Main Character

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    In George Orwell’s 1984, the main character is Winston Smith. The story is about Winston and the way he thinks is the main source of information. The way Orwell uses the main character, Winston Smith, is very well done and the way he thinks is kind of like us nowadays. The readers are looking at the world of 1984 thorough Winston’s eye. Therefore the use of the main character is very important, and Orwell is doing a very good job about it.
    George Orwell was born in India in 1903 to Richard Walmsley and Ida Mabel Limouzin Blair. Orwell became England’s most prominent political writer during the 1940s, he was equally honored for his pragmatic, commonsensical habit of mind and for his uncompromising commitment to intellectual integrity. In fact, his career is a testimony to the enduring power of a moralist who tenaciously clings to the values of common decency, social justice, and respect for the individual (Dictionary of Literary Biography 407).

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    The Importance of the Main Character
    In George Orwell's 1984, the main character is Winston Smith. The story is about Winston and the way he thinks is the main source of information. The way Orwell uses the main character, Winston Smith, is very well done and the way he thinks is kind of like us nowadays. The readers are looking at the world of 1984 thorough Winston's eye. Therefore the use of the main character is very important, and Orwell is doing a very good job about it.
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