Point of View in 1984


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What is 'point of view' in literature?

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1. What point of view is used in 1984?

2. In 1984 's type of narration, whose thoughts and feelings are described to the reader?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

These learning assessments will ask you several questions about the point of view of George Orwell's 1984. You'll need to identify the novel's point of view and understand the ways it affects the reader.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The quiz asks you to:

  • Define point of view as it relates to literature
  • Determine 1984's point of view
  • Identify which character's feelings and thoughts are described to the reader
  • Recognize the effects of 1984's point of view
  • Recall how the novel's point of view creates tension

Skills Practiced

This quiz will have you apply the following skills:

  • Defining key concepts - ensure you can accurately define point of view
  • Knowledge application - use what you know about 1984's point of view to recognize the effects it has on the reader
  • Reading comprehension - be sure to take away important information from the related lesson on point of view in 1984

Additional Learning

To learn more about the point of view of this novel, check out the related lesson called Point of View in 1984. The lesson helps you:

  • Learn about the three types of point of view
  • Identify characters from 1984
  • Understand various plot points from the novel