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Essay heading: 1984: Critical Review
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Date added: September 26, 1998
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All the suspense created the atmosphere of living in a world that is completely ruled by one person, or more commonly known as totalitarianism. He first hated Big Brother more than anything, but was changed by torture. Always remember one thing, "Big Brother is watching you."
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The suspense begins in the first chapter when Winston purchases his diary (9). When he wrote the thought, "Down with Big Brother," in his diary over and over, he was committing a thought crime and knew the Thought Police would catch him sooner or later. Later, Winston has a dream about a dark haired girl that takes off her clothes in front of him...
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