Martin: O’Brien’s servant
After taking separate routes to avoid detection, Winston and Julia arrive at O’Brien’s apartment, where they are admitted by the servant, Martin.
For a moment, Winston feels embarrassed and somewhat stupid for believing O’Brien to be a political ally without any substantial proof.
O’Brien turns off the telescreen, a privilege granted only to Inner Party members. Confessing that he believes O’Brien is involved in the underground, Winston expresses a wish to...
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