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George Orwell, "1984"
The subversive force the Party had to control was Julia's sexuality and Winston's pursuit for the truth. They had to contain it before Winston's beliefs spread to the people of Oceana. The Thought police would observe the people and cameras on the streets, so that no one would consider opposing the Party. "Thought crimes" and "face crimes" were thoughts and facial jesters that showed the Inner Party that rebellion was within. The thought police would arrest residents of Oceana for even the thought of deviance towards the Party. Winston and Julia believed they were stronger then the Party and that they could outsmart it. Their love for each other turned to a love for Big Brother after the psychological breakdown by O'Brian and the Party. O'Brian took them to the point where nothing was tolerable, and the only option was to give up the person you love and put them in your shoes, so that you would not have to endure it. …
- Friendship and Loneliness in J.Steinback's "Of Mice and Men" and in Real Life
- George Orwell, "1984"
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