In George Orwell's 1984, what does Winston dream about his mother, O'Brien and the girl with dark hair?
In Part One, Chapter Three, for example, Winston dreams about a girl with dark hair. In the dream, she is running towards him in a field when, all of a sudden, she tears "off her clothes" and flings "them disdainfully aside."
During this same sequence, Winston also dreams about his mother, specifically that they are in the "saloon of a sinking ship," about to be sucked down to their deaths. Winston dreams of his mother again in Part Two, Chapter Seven, in which she makes a gesture with...
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