What could be some theme statements for the topic of Individualism in 1984? key word: STATEMENT

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In Orwell's 1984, Julia best represents the individualism that the Party finds so dangerous.

Winston Smith, from Orwell's 1984, thinks that he desires to be an individual more than anything else, but when presented with the opportunities of banning together with Julia and later with joining a counterrevolutionary group, he does so without thinking.

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