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O'Brien appears at the M.O.L., and says that he will help Winston "be cured" of his hatred for the Party by subjecting Winston to numerous torture sessions. During one of these sessions, he explains to Winston that the purpose of the torture is not to extract a fake confession, but to alter the way Winston thinks...
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During one of these sessions, he explains to Winston that the purpose of the torture is not to extract a fake confession, but to alter the way Winston thinks.
After his release, Winston and Julia coincidentally meet in a park. They remember the "bad" feelings they once had for each other...
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