in chapter 6, Winston Smith starts with writing in his diary about a past experience with a prostitute. with the unpleasant experience, he craves a good sexual time. similarly he remembers his ex-wife, Katherine, who was dedicated to the Party and was cold.
Winston writes that he believes that the proles, working class can overthrow the Party due to their majority and if they knew of the situation. He recalls a time of three men arrested for false crimes.
they were arrested for treason and were made false claims by the party despite the 3 men being members. Winston threw a photograph away in fear of being caught for thought-crimes
previously and in chapter 7, Winston muses about the Party propaganda of controlling thoughts and realises he is writing to O'brien who he feels a connection to. he finishes and the chapter ends with the following line in his diary
"FREEDOM IS THE FREEDOM TO SAY TWO PLUS TWO EQUALS FOUR. IF THAT IS GRANTED, THEN ALL ELSE FOLLOWS"