So, not wanting to risk returning to Room 101 because of the power of the party to see everything I think he knew that there was some truth in what O'Brien had said to him, of existence and the mind. It'll be interesting here to see Kaitlyn and her wrath of care because I know she's mad at Tyler and everybody else now. I have a different theory that I'd like to put out there: Winston, as the only self-identified human left, died in room 101. He sends Winston to Room 101. He looks up and sees a picture of Big Brother on the telescreen, making him feel happy and safe. He is effectively dead as an individual; there is no trace of previous, rebellious, intellectual Winston Smith. Take a look at last week, let's rewind, the voting was eight to four; eight seemed to be a number that most of you completely ignored.
I'm very fortunate and blessed to have played and been a part of the experience. She made an excuse to leave, and they both feebly suggested they should meet again, knowing they never would. They had broken his body and mind, but there was still a fraction of his heart and inner being that hated and resisted Big Brother. Winston reflects on how his life is now filled with gin. He can think for himself and act as he chooses. He's playing a weird game.
He suggests that allowing totalitarian regimes to develop and take hold is the equivalent of placing society on a path towards violent governance and absolute removal of individual thoughts and freedoms; in other words, towards the ultimate dystopia. The individual only has power in so far as he ceases to be an individual. From this point on he could not resemble what he considered to be human, His choice was rats plus more torture and inevitable death, or death. Now, he knew to mind his thoughts, or face rats. And, being brainwashed already, we see here as he can see the world, as the zombies around him. The individual only has power in so far as he ceases to be an individual. It'll be interesting here to see Kaitlyn and her wrath of care because I know she's mad at Tyler and everybody else now.
At first glance, these criticisms seem valid. He is in the cafe drinking Gin where he had watched so many before him who later went to the Ministry and proclaimed their crimes and their love of Big Brother now before being publicly executed. What are the slogans of the party? He had never been in control of his thoughts and his feelings, not until he left room 101. Therefore, dead in sense of purpose and identity. We're gonna go out on a limb and guess it has something to do with all those. To be executed may be much less complicated than what has been discussed. The last sentences of the Novel explain it.
Orwell made Winston such an average Joe to help us see ourselves—or someone we know—in his shoes, experiencing the future in all its mundane, oppressive brutality. Although he does die, he dies loving Big Brother and appreciating the fact that even through torture, they were only trying to show him the truth. Do you regret doing that now? He comes to the conclusion that he was foolish to oppose the Party alone, and tries to make himself believe in Party slogans. Therefore, when the Party kills him, he will die hating Big Brother—a personal victory. The brainwashing is a success.
The party needs everyone to live their life and eventually die loving Big Brother, and will not execute Winston until this happens. Orwell wants us to realize that this novel was Winston's journey to becoming a member of the controlled body that were the people in Oceania and through his journey, he found that his rebellion stemmed from the fear that was his selfish need to know the truth. They've already taken everything of value from you. But like the other readers, I feel that Orwell was really pleased with the vague conclusion to the story since it leaves us guessing. He's our protagonist, and we're rooting for him all the way. Winston is an Outer Party member, which is basically this story's version of a middle class. And it does not ever matter.
I had another speech prepared too, but at that point I knew that there was still a possibility for me to stay so I thought me delivering a normal, heartfelt speech might help me in the future if I stay, so maybe I do need to work with Scottie, maybe I don't need to throw him under the bus with this poem I worked on all morning. Constitution as a guide for form. Big Brother Was Watching, After All Throughout the story, we follow Winston's blossoming from a meek everyman to a determined and impassioned rebel. See, he did not change, or feel forgiveness for himself hence his return to the Ministry of Love in his dying moments , he didn't even love big brother, not until after the shot was fired. He looks at the poster of Big Brother and is in awe of his greatness. Once they have broken you - and stolen your heart, your mind and your affections, does it really matter if they let you physically live or die? Killing the body would be redundant; it may be of further use to them in the future. Dude, I'm hoping it's Brett and Brett.
For these reasons, he likely experienced an emotional and psychological death as opposed to a physical one. Once he believes that he is limited by his body, he has no reason to think, act, or rebel. The second thing for you to realize is that power is power over human beings. Unfortunately, the future isn't all that great. Winston's life has changed; he no longer works at his former job, and no one seems to care much what he does. Winston is taken from Winston Churchill, the exalted leader of wartime England, and Smith is the most common last name in the English language, thus allowing readers to see him as intended: an ordinary man who makes a valiant effort in extraordinary circumstances. There never was a Winston Smith.
It's weird in the house right now, with Kaitlyn and Brett and Rockstar. Why do you think they went for you rather than Brett? I don't know how nobody has Tyler on their radar yet. Winston is now a part of the collective, his mind, soul and body are owned by the party. In the end, he is happy to have won the struggle over himself; he loves. This is a world where The Party believes there is no objective truth outside of Party dogma - if you are told that a man can fly, you will make yourself see it and believe it.
He does little, but is paid well. Only after that could a physical execution be worth it. I don't believe any of that crap. Color in the countries of the Western alliance. Winston felt very betrayed, as his whole Level 6 alliance voted against him even though he and Brett were both members of Level 6, so they'd be voting against an ally either way , and then didn't use her Power App to save him after he was eliminated. He no longer has any worries, he can simply trust in Big Brother and everything will be fine.