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Winston, a member of the Outer Part in the totalitarian government of Big Brother in Oceania, is an internally rebellious low-level citizen. He must hide his contempt for the party because everyone is being watched by the party at all times through telescreens placed in all corners of the city.
Winston purchases a diary from an antique shop owned by a man named Mr.Charrington. This simple action is considered thoughtcrime and is punishable by death. Winston is fully aware of this, but he feels extremely compelled to turn his thoughts of hatred into something concrete.
Winston meets Julia, another Outer Party member. They quickly fall in love, and Winston rents a room above Mr.Charrington's antique shop where they believe they are safe from telescreens and they can safely have their love affair.
O'Brien, a member of the Inner Party whom both Winston and Julia believe to be a part of a secret group of con-conspirators against the government known as The Brotherhood, invites the both of them to his home. There, Winston and Julia express their hatred for the party once he shows them he can turn off his telescreen.
As Julia and Winston get ready to leave O'Brien's home, O'Brien tells Winston in a low voice that they will meet again in "the place where there is no darkness". This was something that bothered Winston because he had previously had a dream in which O'Brien said those exact words to him.
Back in their room above the antique shop, Winston and Julia discover a telescreen hidden behind a painting. It turned out that Mr.Charrington had been a member of the ThoughPolice all along.
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