6 word memoir
Utopian Society Rules
2) Commit no crimes
3) All residents must have a good education and graduate high school
4) Must be out of high school or married to have a child
5) All families will own one house under one persons name
6) Everyone will commit some of their time to helping the community and keeping the area clean
7) No work on Sundays (unless you are absolutely needed)
8) Monday-Satuarday, all people must have jobs unless you are a stay-at-home mom
9) No graffiti allowed anywhere on the town
10) Must attend any local town meetings unless excused from the task
Cast of 1984
Ryan Gosling as Winston Smith
39 years old, thin, frail, member of the ruling Party
Anna Kendrick as Julia
Winston's lover, dark haired girl, works in the Fiction Department
Ben Affleck as O'Brian
Powerful, mysterious, member of the inner party
George Clooney as Mr. Charrington
Old man, kind, member of the Thought Police, owns a store in the Prole district
Chris Hemsworth as Syme
Works with Winston at the Ministry of truth, outgoing, intelligent
Mark Hamill as Parsons
Obnoxious, lives near Winston, works at the Ministry of truth, dull Party member
George Clooney as Mr. Charrington
Blog Post: Ideals of Freedom
Freedom is very important to the citizens of a country. Without some of the freedoms that we who live in the U.S. have, things would not be the same. As citizens in the United States of America, we have many freedoms. Some of those freedoms include freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom to live or travel, freedom to marry and have a family, etc. Out of all of out freedoms, the ones I enjoy the most are freedom of speech, freedom to marry and have a family, and freedom of press. Freedom of speech is important because if we were not allowed to speak our minds then we would live in a place where someone else would make all decisions, and we would not have a say. The freedom to marry who you want and have a family is also one that i enjoy. I feel like the person who you marry should be someone you love and get along with. If someone had to choose someone for you, you would not know if you have anything in common with them, you could be total opposites, and not get along. Also, the ability of having the decision to have a child or not is important. You want to be able to have a child when you are ready and not have someone tell you went to or not. The freedom of press is that you can express your opinions or ideas in writing. Writing is a very important thing that most people enjoy doing and some writings often involve someones opinion on something. Without the freedom of press, we would not be able to express what we feel in a form of writing. In a country or civilization without balanced freedom amongst the citizens, I think it would be unfair and the citizens will rebel against the government because they are not getting to speak their minds.
Chapter ending to page 116
"Are you listening"
"Okay listen, we do not have much time. I know a place where we can meet but you will need to remember all the details I tell you"
The girl started listing off directions and I jotted them down quickly in my head. I remember every road and every turn.
"Now if you don't need anything, get away from me as quick as you can"
Winston was about to walk away but not until a group a men bumped into him which then caused him to fall on top of the girl. The two scrambled to get up. Winston offered his hand to the girl so she could get up. When their hands met, Winston's heart started to beat faster. This was the first time that their eyes met. Her beautiful brown eyes stared into to his for just a second, but it felt like a lifetime. Not wanting to get caught, they quickly departed from each other and all Winston could think about was how he couldn't wait to see her again.