1984: Winston's dream

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The death was "tragic." To Winston, tragedy belonged to an "ancient time," a time when "privacy, love, and friendship" were common. In 1984, these positive attributes were replaced by "fear, hatred, and pain." The change makes evident the backward ideology that continues to grow and grow, becoming crueler with time...
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Later in the book, O'Brien describes the future with the image of a face being stomped on forever. However, in Winston's dream, the past is characterized by the embracing of a helpless child. Winston longs for a different, better life. The dream describes the nature of family loyalty...
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