He reacts much like any common man would react, and in the end, he appears to be totally broken and defeated. She gets left alive and get the same punishment as Winston, we assume, to live with full acknowledgment that at any moment,when she least expects it, she could be killed. Julia declares her love for Winston, thus beginning their affair and setting them down the path towards their eventual imprisonment. He also remembers sharing a brief moment with , a member of the Inner Party, an encounter in which Winston believes that O'Brien attempted to show solidarity with him against the tyranny of Big Brother. Winston also takes many risks, which he knows will increase his chances of getting caught by the Thought Police.
In fact, sexual repression is a tenet of Ingsoc. Winston notices that Syme, although a devoted Party member, is too smart and too vocal for his own good. Winston has a very critical. This is illegal on two major. Winston cannot argue; every time he does, he is faced with obstinate logical fallacies, a completely different system of reasoning that runs counter to all reason.
He leaves the pub and wanders. Fearing the worst, Winston contemplates killing her, but instead he quickly heads home. Such tragedies, it seems, are quite common. Winston takes the slip of paper with amazement. The Thought Police storm the room. His job is tedious and involves altering records to promote the government's version of history.
He rushes home to read the copy of the book. Charrington is not as he seems. At the Ministry of Truth Winston is surrounded by loyal Party members, and is always on guard to prevent his true feelings from being perceived by others. That is his final act of rebellion, not betraying Julia because that is exactly what they want him to do, it is what they are pushing him towards. Charrington is a Thought Police agent.
O'Brien is full of strange contradictions. It turns out to be rats in a cage which can be strapped over his face. Winston's most dominant attribute is fatalism, the belief that everything will end up bad kind of like being a Cleveland sports fan. Julia secretly passes Winston a note the reads I love you. The Party consists of Inner Party members, who are the ruling elite, and regular Party members, who are citizens of Oceania.
Winston has many realizations throughout the novel but one an particular stands out. Furthermore, he was a confidential employee of The Party, sooner or later they would come for him because he carried a lot of secrets with him. Parsons is active in his community groups, and appears to truly believe Party claims and doctrine. They all have a Junior Anti-sex League sash on their hips, which is basically a mark of chastity. . He works at the Ministry of Truth, altering history for the government.
They go a month without seeing each other but whenever they can before and after. That explains why most of their meetings were mostly sexual. After months of brainwashing and torture, Winston finally succumbs to the ideals of the Party. His main trouble with the Party is their manipulation of history, and he greatly fears the moment when no one will have any memories of actual history, and will only know history as the Party wants to tell it. O'Brien becomes Winston's main torturer and converter.
The words first come to him in a dream and he ponders them for the remainder of the novel. The character of Winston, however, seems a bit of a paradox since, whilst he tries to rebel against his society, he irrevocably loves his job. A member of the Inner Party, O'Brien, finds an excuse to give Winston his home address, an unusual event. He is sent to room 101. All forms of relationships are banned to discourage any form of pleasure and bonding, so that all loyalty is given to the Party. Julia chases it off and prevents it from coming back.
Towards the end of the novel Winston is caught by the Thought Police. He is given a small job on a committee that requires no real work. Why not rebel if one thinks their fate will turn out to be death even if they do not rebel? His decisions to trust O'Brien and Mr. He is particularly curious as to why The Party is going through all the pains to ensure that history is rewritten to favor it. Unfortunately, the affair is short-lived, and the couple is arrested. Winston is a frail figure of a man, thirty-nine years old and suffering from a varicose ulcer on his ankle.