Title: THeme in 1984
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Every image the reader receives from Winston Smith is pessimistic. Hate week, for example, is a big event in Oceania. The citizens prepare for it like Christmas. Instead of jolly songs with family and friends over punch, Hate week is celebrated with fists in the air while chanting about death, Goldstein, and whatever the
party wanted the citizens to disgust...
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He hates the "pure" ones, also. Everything about Winston's life drives him closer and closer to a suicidal point each day. What makes things worse; the Party makes Winston think that he is crazy for wanting to be free to think and for wanting to remember. These simple things are taken for granted today...
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