Julia (Nineteen Eighty-Four)

Julia (Nineteen Eighty-Four)

Julia (Nineteen Eighty-Four)

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Julia is a fictional character in George Orwell's dystopian novel Nineteen Eighty-Four. Her last name is never given in the novel but she is called Dixon in the 1954 BBC TV production.

Julia was born in 1958 in Oceania, the super-state combining North America, South America, Southern Africa, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom (renamed Airstrip One). Her knowledge of events before the revolution is inaccurate as her grandfather, the only close source to her with that knowledge, disappeared when she was eight. Julia integrated herself into the daily life of Oceania early, becoming an especially zealous propagandist for the Junior Anti-Sex League, the Two Minutes Hate, and Community Centres. However, this behaviour served as cover for Julia to become a sexually promiscuous rebel. She had her first affair with a Party member at the age of sixteen.

Fictional character history

Julia first appears in Nineteen Eighty-Four at the age of 26, an enthusiastic participant in the Two Minutes Hate directed against Emmanuel Goldstein, a Party co-founder who claims the Revolution was betrayed. Winston Smith, a fellow worker in the Ministry of Truth, is both aroused by Julia's beauty and disgusted by her fervor, and fantasizes about raping and murdering her. Winston also fears that Julia is a member of the Thought Police prepared to denounce him.

Months later, Winston bumps into Julia on her way from the Fiction Department and receives a small paper from her....
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