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Unformatted text preview: already caused him so much pain, was the one to take his place. 3. The scheme backfires because O’Brien attempts just to scare Jorgenson into feeling the same terror that he felt that day as he lay helpless on the foreign soil, but Azar takes it too far. O’Brien had succeeding in instilling a sense of terror in Jorgenson and his plan would have succeeding if it were not for Azar. Azar claims that he’s the type of person that needs to finish things so O’Brien, once again, becomes powerless. He watches helplessly as Azar continues to torture Jorgenson and he drifts back towards that day he was shot. He is able to connect with Jorgenson on a level he never thought possible. He feels hollow on the inside, as if the blood that left him robbed him of a piece of his soul. The grief is too much to bear as O’Brien feels that he had failed himself. He became one of them....
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