1984 (SparkNotes Literature Guide Series) by SparkNotes, George Orwell

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By SparkNotes, George Orwell

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O’Brien flings it out the window D. It is shattered on the floor 14. Where is the telescreen hidden in the room above Mr. Charrington’s shop? A. Behind the picture of St. Clement’s B. Under the bed C. Behind the light fixture D. Behind the poster of Big Brother 15. What is the name for the mass rally held every day? A. The Two Minutes Rage B. The Ten Minutes Hate C. The Two Minutes Hate D. The Daily Rage 16. Besides Oceania, what are the two countries that make up the rest of the Earth? A. Eurasia and Australasia B.

The brainwashed populace no longer recognizes contradictions. Instead, it accepts the Party’s version of the past as accurate, even though that representation may change from minute to minute. Emmanuel Goldstein’s manifesto even suggests that doublethink is strongest among the powerful Inner Party members who convince themselves that they act for Big Brother, even though they know that Big Brother is a myth. Doublethink is equally crucial to Winston’s gradual conversion to loving Big Brother because it enables him to accept his torturers’ words as true, even though his own fading memories—of the photograph of the three Party traitors, for instance—contradict them.

Winston has just had a frustrating conversation with an old man about life before the Revolution, and he realizes that the Party has deliberately set out to weaken people’s memories in order to render them unable to challenge what the Party claims about the present. If no one remembers life before the Revolution, then no one can say that the Party has failed mankind by forcing people to live in conditions of poverty, filth, ignorance, and hunger. Rather, the Party uses rewritten history books and falsified records to prove its good deeds.

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