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These posters appear all over the city; at work, at home, pretty much everywhere. Winston wants to get away from the oppression of “Big Brother”, but no matter what he does he cannot escape. Orwell uses the symbol of the television to also convey the feeling of the Party’s control over everything...
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The televisions (or telescreens as they are called in the book) are used to monitor thought-crimes and are constantly exhibiting messages and such from the Party. These telescreens show how to the party controls everything, even the media. Winston is constantly troubled by the almost omniscience of the Party...
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