"1984" by George Orwell.
Winston is considered by many to be a fatalist. He is depressed and searching for emotion in a mundane life. One day there is an interruption to the monotony. He gets a note from the brown haired girl who works with him in the fiction department of the Ministry of Truth. The note reads "I love you". Julia, the brown haired girl is demonstrating my point that love does not exist in the form we know it within the 1984 society. Julia can not distinguish love from lust, she has never spoken to Winston, she simply wants to have sex with him because he seems rebellious.
Julia and Winston begin…
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