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Big Brother is seen in O’Brien, and O’Brien inflicts the Party’s views on Winston by torturing him. O’Brien makes Winston confess the mistakes he has made and tells him to accept the Party’s sayings and actions since Winston deeply opposes the Party and their principle. Winston Smith rebels against the society and faces the restrictions of the Party's power...
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Winston Smith rebels against the society and faces the restrictions of the Party's power. The Party controls Oceania under the principle of INGSOC. The three slogans of the Party are “War is peace, freedom is slavery, and ignorance is strength” (26). This allows the Party to amend or destroy historical documents, fight wars with neighboring provinces, and claim the impossibility of democracy while announcing themselves as the guardian of democracy...
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