Thought Crime In George Orwell's '1984'

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In this part of the book Winston is talking about how he commited a thought crime by writing the book and that eventually he will get caught and killed. This takes place in his home and he is thinking about writing the diary and thinking about the conquences of it. He mentions what happens when you commit a crime; he says that you will get arested at night and they will pull you out of the bed and you will never be remembered, and lastly youll get vaporized. The tone if this is very dangerous because he is risking his life to write this. He says in this pargraph that he will get killed for writing this or even thinking the way he does. He also talks about how he will get killed and that eventually he will get caught so, he knows he
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