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1984: An Analysis of O'Brien

Summary: Discusses George Orwell's classic novel, 1984. Analyzes the character of O'Brien. Details how his betrayal demonstrates that people are not always as they seem.
O'Brien is a kind of mysterious character. Early on in this book, I honestly thought that he was Winston's friend and co-conspirator in fighting Big Brother. But in part three we find out that he is a member of high rank the Inner Party. Winston thought that O'Brien was a friend, but the dream that kept coming up in his head "We shall meet in the place where there is no darkness," made him think that he was more than he appeared to be. O'Brien represents all of the mayhem that has been going on in 1984. Because he is a member of the Inner Party, he knows about the Inner Party's so-called "truth", which are basically all lies. He is not only aware of their lies; he has also helped to carry out their lies. There are times when Winston sees him as a god or...

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