Orwell Winston & Julia relationship
Later in the book Julia and Winston meet in a hallway and she falls. While Winston helps her up Julia gives him a note saying "I love you". After she gave him a ''I love you'' note, they start a relationship. half way through with and was wandering about the character Julia. The key moments of the book that illustrate the relationship of the two main characters of by George Orwell – Julia and Winston.
Winston sees Julia on the stairs of a hallway. When he notices her, Julia slips and falls hurting himself. Winston helps her rise, trying to be polite and also using the possibility to touch her.
It can seem weird that she falls in love with Winston after their second meeting, but reading through the story we understand that the most intelligent people, especially working in Ministries, develop an uncanny feeling of others, sensing the slightest wrongness in them. They make an agreement to meet in the crowd on the square, where it can be presented as an accident. There, in the crowd, they finally get to know each other.
Julia reveals that despite being a member of Junior Anti-Sex League, she is very sexually active and had numerous affairs with other members of the Party. This meeting is very important because we see that Winston is something more than another sexual encounter: They decide to meet soon in the countryside, where it is easier to find the safe place to spend the time together without being spotted.
Finally, they meet in the place where they are alone and have their first sexual encounter. For Winston it is the first experience of recreational sex in the times of the Party.
Their sincere relationship begins from this moment. Winston, as more mature person, indulges in deep feelings of being close to another person emotionally and spiritually, when Julia is just enjoying the moment like an enamored teenager.
They start discussing their worldview and it is the first time when the difference between them becomes obvious.
- Did Winston love Julia? Showing of 88
Winston is older, he still remembers the time before the Party, misses it and wants it to return. It is a deep devotion to the future generations and their possibility to live freely, think and feel whatever they want. Of course, everything was a setup by Thought Police end they end up caught in room above antique store; a place of their usual meeting.
During period of torture and brainwashing by O'Brien, Smith surrenders intellectually, but keep his idea: It's his only victory against Party, just like he said to Julia - he can confess, but they can't change his inner feelings. However, Smith's resolve to continue loving Julia is burned away when he finally enters Room Smith has a particular horror of rats. Knowing this, O'Brien threatens to let rats devour Smith's face, and in utter desperation he finally begs his torturers that they do this to Julia instead.
Same thing happened to Julia.
Winston's Relationship with Julia in 1984
She had to face with probably her greatest fear - multiple rape by Party Members. They successfully killed any human emotions in Winston and Julia and forced them to betray and deny one each other.
She was "a bold-looking girl" about 27 years old, with thick dark hair, a freckled face and she moved with a swift athletic grace.
Winston hated Julia ever since he had layed eyes on her.
He believed that the reason he hated her was 'because of the atmosphere of hockey-fields and cold baths and community hikes and general clean mindedness which she managed to carry about her.
He disliked nearly all women, and especially the young and pretty ones During the two minutes hate Winston gets hallucinations about trying to mortally wound Julia, and at that time he realizes why he hates her so much. It was because she represented what he could not have; she was young, strong, and beautiful. Later in the book Julia and Winston meet in a hallway and she falls. While Winston helps her up Julia gives him a note saying "I love you".