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Heart of Darkness Joseph Conrad. Military parades, propaganda films, and public executions are said to be commonplace. As the government, the Party controls the population with four ministries: the Ministry of Peace deals with war and defence.
The protagonist Winston Smith , a member of the Outer Party, works in the Records Department of the Ministry of Truth as an editor, revising historical records , to make the past conform to the ever-changing party line and deleting references to unpersons , people who have been "vaporised", i.
The story of Winston Smith begins on 4 April "It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen. Airstrip One formerly Britain is a province of Oceania , one of the three totalitarian super-states that rule the world. It is ruled by the "Party" under the ideology of " Ingsoc " and the mysterious leader Big Brother , who has an intense cult of personality.
The Party stamps out anyone who does not fully conform to their regime using the Thought Police and constant surveillance through devices such as Telescreens two-way televisions. Winston Smith is a member of the middle class Outer Party. He works at the Ministry of Truth , where he rewrites historical records to conform to the state's ever-changing version of history.
Those who fall out of favour with the Party become "unpersons", disappearing with all evidence of their existence removed. Winston revises past editions of The Times , while the original documents are destroyed by fire in a " memory hole ". He secretly opposes the Party's rule and dreams of rebellion. He realises that he is already a " thoughtcriminal " and likely to be caught one day. While in a proletarian neighbourhood, he meets Mr.
Charrington, the owner of an antiques shop, and downloads a diary. He uses an alcove to hide it from the Telescreen in his room, and writes thoughts criticising the Party and Big Brother.
In the journal, he records his sexual frustration over Julia , a young woman maintaining the novel-writing machines at the ministry, to whom Winston is attracted but suspects is an informant. He also suspects that his superior, an Inner Party official named O'Brien , is a secret agent for an enigmatic underground resistance movement known as the Brotherhood, a group formed by Big Brother's reviled political rival Emmanuel Goldstein. The next day, Julia secretly hands Winston a note confessing her love for him, which simply reads, "I love you.
Winston realises that she shares his loathing of the Party. They first meet in the country, and later in a rented room above Mr.
Charrington's shop. During his affair with Julia, Winston remembers the disappearance of his family during the civil war of the s and his terse relationship with his ex-wife Katharine. Winston also interacts with his colleague Syme, who is writing a dictionary for a revised version of the English language called Newspeak.
After Syme admits that the true purpose of Newspeak is to reduce the capacity of human thought, Winston speculates that Syme will disappear. Not long after, Syme disappears and no one acknowledges his absence. They arrange a meeting at O'Brien's luxurious flat where both Winston and Julia swear allegiance to the Brotherhood.
Winston and Julia read parts of the book, which explains more about how the Party maintains power, the true meanings of its slogans and the concept of perpetual war. It argues that the Party can be overthrown if "proles" proletarians rise up against it. Charrington is revealed to be an agent of the Thought Police.
Winston and Julia are captured in the shop and imprisoned in the Ministry of Love. O'Brien reveals that he is actually loyal to the Party, and was simply part of a special sting operation to catch "thoughtcriminals". O'Brien openly admits that the Party "is not interested in the good of others; it is interested solely in power.
When he asks Winston if there is anything worse that can happen, Winston points out that the Party has not managed to make him betray Julia. O'Brien then takes Winston to Room for the final stage of re-education. The room contains each prisoner's worst fear, in Winston's case, rats. As a wire cage holding hungry rats is fitted onto his face, Winston shouts "Do it to Julia!
After being released, Winston meets Julia in a park. She says that she was also tortured, and both reveal betraying the other.
Winston realises that he and Julia no longer feel for one another and that the Party has managed to take away their love, too.
O'Brien has a servant named Martin. They confessed to treasonable conspiracies with foreign powers and were then executed in the political purges of the s. Later, in the course of his editorial work, Winston sees newspaper evidence contradicting their confessions, but drops it into a memory hole. Eleven years later, he is confronted with the same photograph during his interrogation. Ampleforth is a dreamer and intellectual who takes pleasure in his work, and respects poetry and language, traits which cause him disfavour with the Party.
Despite disliking sexual intercourse, Katharine married Winston because it was their "duty to the Party". Although she was a "goodthinkful" ideologue, they separated because the couple could not conceive children.
Divorce is not permitted, but couples who cannot have children may live separately.
For much of the story Winston lives in vague hope that Katharine may die or could be "got rid of" so that he may marry Julia.