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He is the leader of the mysterious Brotherhood, and if anybody can orchestrate the downfall of the Proles it would be the Brotherhood. Winston constantly wishes that this Brotherhood exists, and his hope for the future is hinged on the existence of Emmanuel Goldstein and this group. Unfortunately once again O’Brien taints this belief, it turns out the “Brotherhood” is an elaborate setup to catch thought criminals, and the reader is left wondering whether the “Brotherhood” actually exists...
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Ultimately Winston’s hope in this organization is mercilessly extinguished. The second character exemplifies Winston’s hope in the Proles; it is the woman that Winston sees from the antique shop window. This lady who is constantly singing and hanging up clothes represents Winston’s hope that one day the Proles will realize their power and rise up against Big Brother...
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