1984 Winston's downfall

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In the repressive society of Oceania in 1984, Winston Smith lived a restricted life in which all activities were aimed towards the good of the Party. Political and intellectual freedom were completely non-existent. With no laws separating right from wrong, the whole population lived in fear, which resulted in easy control by the government. People who broke the law by committing “thoughtcrime” were dealt with by the Thought Police and were either “vaporized” or sent for …

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…away in the Ministry of Love, Winston Smith realized his fate. His desire for the freedom, his tragic flaw, was destroyed during his torture and severe brainwashing by the Party. A visit to the terrible Room 101 forces Winston to forget his prior values and thoughts. After a tremendous rebellion and rehabilitation by the party, Winston’s flaw ceases to exists, for “he loved Big Brother.” and belonged to the Party on all levels of life.