What was Winston smith's greatest fear in the novel 1984 written by George Orwell?
Where does the idea of compassion and love appear in 1984 by George Orwell and how is love portrayed?
In the novel 1984 written by George Orwell According to Winston with whom does hope lie for a better society?
Winston says that hope for a better society lies with the proles (more properly known as the proletarians.) Winston states this because the proles are unobserved by the Party (and therefore are free to think as they please) and because the proles are larger in number than any other group (Outer or Inner Party.) Winston believes that by living the way they have, the proles have succeeded in "staying human."
The greatest threat depends on your perspective. From that of the everyday Joe, like poor Winston, the greatest threat is a total annihilation of personal freedoms, of which there are few left. This means to him a lack of emotion. For the government, the greatest threat is freedom from the government. The ability to fend for oneself is terrifying to a group so much concerned with power. Also, you really should read the book. There's…
Winston Smith is the protagonist of the novel 1984 by George Orwell. He is an unhappy member of the Outer Party and a worker at the Ministry of Truth. Winston can see through the Ingsoc way of manipulating. He hates the Party and the Big Brother but can only does so secretly because expressing opposition in any slightest way would cost him his life.