"1984"- George Orwell
Winston Smith is a disillusioned Outer Party member in Oceania, in the year 1984, and he begins to question the validity of the Party and its doctrines, like no sex for joy (only for procreation) and the ever-present telescreen which monitors his apartment all day. He feels the Party is restrictive and overpowering free thought and will (what Winston feels are fundamental to being human), but he is fearful of the Thought Police who patrol people's heretical thoughts and make people "disappear" (into "nonpersons") if they think poorly about the Party and its leader, Big Brother. His job wor…
- "1984"- George Orwell
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