What is revealed in Winston's dream?

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Winston Smith has several dreams that reflect his inherent emotions and desire to live in a different world. In Winston's first dream sequence, he hears one of his comrades say,

We shall meet in the place where there is no darkness. (Orwell, 32)

Winston later identifies the man as O'Brien, and the enigmatic dream foreshadows Winston's experience in the Ministry of Love. At the time, Winston believes that the dream is a positive omen and reflects his desire to alter his current mundane life.

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