Nighteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell

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Everywhere he goes he is being watched through television screens, by the Party. The Party controlled everything in Oceania, including the language. The party was forcing a language called “Newspeak” which was used to prevent political rebellion by getting rid of all the worlds related to it. Thinking thoughts, which was called Thoughtcrime, was illegal, and was the worst of all the crimes.

Winston was frustrated by the oppression. He completely hated the Party and he illegally bought a diary, where he illegally wrote down his thoughts. He had also became fixated on a Party member named O’Brein, who Winston thought was a part of a mysterious group that works against the Party. Winston worked in the Ministry of Truth. He altered historical records to fit the needs of the Party. He noticed a coworker staring at him, and he worried that she will turn him in for his Thoughtcrime. Winston felt troubled by the Party’s control of history. The party claimed that the alleged leader of the BrotherHood, Goldstein, was the most dangerous man alive, but it didn’t make sense to Winston. Throughout London, Winston saw posters showing a man looking down with the words “BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU” everywhere he went. BigBrother was the face of the Party, but Winston never determined whether that was true or not.

Winston received a note from the dark-haired girl that said “I love you”. She tells him her name,…
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