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Winston describes how a telescreen watches every movement of everyone in their homes. They are constantly being monitored.
At Winston's work, he describes it as people working in unending line of cubicles. They all receive information to alter, change the story, and the things they change soon become the truth.
One day, Winston strolls through the crowded area where the Proles live and after talking to an old man, he unconsciously ends up at the antique store where he bought the diary.
Winston buys a paperweight from the antique store and when he comes out, he gets scared when he sees the dark haired girl. Back at his home, he even thinks about suicide because he thinks the girl is a spy and that Big Brother have caught on to him.
One day, the girl comes up to Winston and she falls down. While helping her get up, she hands him a paper. He thought he got caught by the government. To his surprise, the paper says she likes him.
Winston gets a chance to talk to her when he meets her at the canteen. However they cannot talk freely as they are being monitored. This is a big turning point in the book because it signifies the first rebellious act Winston does against the government with someone else.
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