According To O Brien The Three Stages In Winston's Re-Integration

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1984 III 3 1) According to O’Brien, the three stages in Winston’s re-integration are learning, understanding, and acceptance. Winston is about to enter the second stage, understanding. “It is time for you to enter upon the second stage” (215). 2) A collaboration that involved O’Brien help wrote Goldstein’s book. What the book describes is true but the means for a proletarian rebellion is false. “As, description, yes” (215). 3) According to O’Brien, the object of power is power. The thing that differentiates Big Brother from the Nazis and Communists is that they never recognized their motives. The Nazis and Communists believed that they seized power unwillingly and would make it so that human beings would be free and equal. However, Big Brother
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