1984 telescreens used to instill fear into the citizens

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He feels threatened to even think rebellious thoughts, let alone to actually go out and rebel against the government. Through the use of the telescreen, he is constantly reminded of being caught, and fears the constant watching eye of the telescreen. Thirdly When Winston and Julia go to O'Brien's to look at the newest version of the Newspeak dictionary, O'Brien turns the telescreen off, and immediately Winston feels like he can say anything...
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Winston exclaims, "You can turn it off!" (173). Every fear of the Party's eye immediately vanishes when the screen is turned off. The screen represents all that is frightening and once turned off the thought of fear is eliminated (to a degree). Every thought that Winston has held in is spilled without the fear of O'Brien or man...
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