The ending of 1984
Winston and Julia were on their way out of town for another night where they get lost in their love with each other. All they wanted to do was get away and be together without being watched or having the chance of getting caught. They have been getting away more and more often lately. Every day they become more and more in love with each other. They were finding new and exciting places to go away to and different things to do with each other. Making love was now a regular thing for the two of them, they were consumed with each other. Whenever they were apart they were anticipating the next time they would be together and when they were together they were savoring every second of holding each other close. As they grew closer Big Brother seemed to be getting more and more powerful with his actions of keeping an eye on everyone and everything and making sure nothing is hidden from the party. Winston and Julia both knew things were going to start getting even harder for them to be together. Julia, who always was against what the party was doing, wanted to do something about the way the party controlled everything. She wanted to somehow destroy the party in all of its forms so that she could be with Winston. Winston agreed that something needed to be changed. Winston and Julia began thinking of ways that they could somehow destroy the party. They both knew that it would be hard mission to accomplish and that they would need more than just the two of them. Winston decided to tell O’ Brien of his and Julia’s plan and what he thought of it. When Winston approached O’ Brien he seemed shocked and interested in what he was telling him. “Me and Julia need your help. I know I can trust you, and I know that you agree with us on our views of The Party. We are trying to come up with a plan to overthrow them. What do you think?” Winston said. “Are you sure this is what you want to do?”
“Yes, we need to...
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