Orwell Essay, Winston's evolution
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March 2, 2012
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The picture provides Orwell's protagonist, Winston Smith, with "concrete, unmistakable evidence of falsification" of the past (64). Winston finally realizes, eleven years after the fact, that he held in his hands a document that could "blow the party to atoms" (67). For thirteen seconds before sending the picture into the memory chute, Winston Smith had in his hands the fate of Oceania...
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For thirteen seconds before sending the picture into the memory chute, Winston Smith had in his hands the fate of Oceania. Winston latently wants that power again, and the novel is propelled by that desire.
Winston's entries in the diary that he bought from Mr. Charrington provide the first signs of his desire to regain that power...
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