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Essay heading: 1984 telescreens used to instill fear into the citizens
 
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Through this constant eye Winston feels that he is doomed from the second he writes this little indiscrepancy. He immediately thinks that he is caught when he hears a knock at the door, "Already. He sat as still as a mouse, in the futile hope that whoever it was might go away after a single attempt. But no, the knocking repeated...
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But no, the knocking repeated. The worst thing of all would be to delay. His heart was thumping like a drum..." (20). The Party puts a telescreen in his room at his house, so he cannot even feel safe to think at home. He feels threatened to even think rebellious thoughts, let alone to actually go out and rebel against the government...
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