Title: 1984 Review
|Date:||July 25, 2008|
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Winston also grows to trust a man named O'Brien, who indicates that he is another revolutionary. It turns out that the owner and O'Brien both appear to be something that they are not. Orwell uses the shop owner and O'Brien to illustrate a point. Orwell shows that no one can be trusted in a totalitarian country...
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Orwell shows that no one can be trusted in a totalitarian country. The shop owner is actually a member of the Thought Police and gets a good laugh when Winston and Julia getting caught. Soon after that, they are caught by the Thought Police (and never see each other again)...
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