Chapter 7 Jason Jeannotte
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Winston is yet again sitting down writing in his journal. He is now writing about how "If there is hope it lies in the proles"(Orwell 60). He thinks the proles need to become conscious of their own strength, and take over Party rule.
Winston is now looking through a children's history book, in which The Party claims that living has become much better since past life. Since there is no way to really tell, Winston suspects this to be a lie.
The Party is lying!
Winston then recalls back to a time where he actually had evidence of the Party changing history. Back in 1973 Winston had a photo that prove innocence of three men, and this exposed the Party's lies. This photo showed that certain people the Party deemed to be non-existent, actually existed.
Winston recalls a time in which he was sitting in a café next to three men who were later arrested and executed as enemies of the party. It just so happens to be that Winston recognized those men to be the same men in the photo he found on his desk.
Unfortunately, that evidence is gone. Winston had destroyed the photo by dropping it into the memory hole, which would later become ashes.
Winston thinks of his diary as a letter to O'Brien, even though he doesn't know much about him. He believes that he truly is on his side. After long thought about thought police and Party control, Winston ends his diary with...
Freedom is the freedom to say that two plus two make four. If that is granted, all else follows.
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