In 1984 map out Winston Smith's psychological and emotional journey. Tie in Winston's relationships and visions of the Golden Country.
Winston starts as a very frustrated, discontented, bitter and scared man. He hides his true thoughts, rankles at Party activities and requirements, and seeks for independence in writing in a journal. Dreams of "the Golden Country" haunt him, a place where the earth is beautiful and filled with light and freedom. He longs for this, but doubts it will ever happen, or ever was in the past. He is seeking for a mentor, for someone to share his feelings with, but feeling isolated and alone.
He begins to ponder change as he wonders if O'Brien is a rebel at heart also. O'Brien gives him...
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