Character Analysis Of Big Brother In George O Brien

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One of the most important things Winston had learned, in O’Brien’s eyes, was that he began to change his mind towards the ideals of Big Brother. In George Orwell’s 1984, Winston is a man who is attempting to hold on to his humanity. He is found guilty of thoughtcrime by O’Brien, who is a member of the inner party. Big Brother believes this to be a crime against all humanity and that time is not a continuum. He wants this so people don’t think about their future, so that they will obey whatever Big Brother says. They convince the people that Big Brother is always right with their three step process,”’There is learning, there is understanding, and there is acceptance,’” Winston is in the second part of the three steps (260). His humanity began

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