1984 response dialogue 5

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1984 Response Dialogue #5 1. When I read these chapters I felt disappointed because of the way Winston is treated in the cells and how he believes nobody can be the hero of enduring pain. I was surprised how O’Brien revealed he was the operative for the Ministry of Love because throughout I thought O’Brien was a friend and support to Winston. I couldn’t believe that Winston changed his view and wrote “Freedom is slavery…Two and Two make Five… God is power” (303) on his slate just because O’Brien didn’t torture him as much. Also, I felt uneasy when I read about how Winston starts following the Party rules. 2. When I read about the tortures Winston went through, and how he hoped “the blade would bite into him. ..” (251) I was horrified because my dad told me people in Indian jails tend to suicide due to the same reason Winston wanted to. They are oppressed to such an extent they are forced to commit suicide. Also just like O’Brien threatened him with “the cage with the rats” (311) remind me of how my
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