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One day Winston is writing in his diary and finds himself inadvertently writing things that are prohibited. “He discovered that while he sat helplessly musing, he had also been writing…printing in large neat capitals- DOWN WITH BIG BROTHER…filling half a page...
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He could not help feeling a twinge of panic…he was tempted to tear out the pages and abandon the enterprise altogether. He was seized by a kind of hysteria…” This feeling of panic and anxiety is what Winston felt throughout the whole book. He was always nervous about being caught by the party for thinking thoughts about individuality and rebellion, or thought crime as the party called it...
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