1984 Telescreen Quotes

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Winston saw a photograph and he remember when he was in a café shop and he saw three men at the corner. They did not speak or do anything and theses three men were arrested for breaking the because they did some thinking. After remembering that, Winston decide to go to work. At work, he has to keep his face normal like all the other people, he has to act normal, since he is near the telescreen. Because he have been thinking about stuff in the past; he have to stay as far away from the telescreen as he can, so they cannot detect his face expression and his breathing. Winston know that even if he is far away from the telescreen; it can still tell that he is thinking, that why he have to control his face expression and breathing, so the telescreen can’t catch him.

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In this quote, Winston is far away from the telescreen and even being far away he have still to control his expression because of the telescreen can tell if he is thinking or not just by looking at his face. Winston is doing everything he could to ignore the telescreen. One thing Winston can’t control is his heartbeat, since the telescreen can even hear his heartbeat; he have to be super careful to not be nervous or do anything that would rise his heartbeat up. Even the sound of
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If only this society use technology like these to do good things instead of use it to control people. Technology can be scary sometime if you use it for bad reason, but if you use technology for good reasons; I am sure that it will make a lots of people happy. Winston is always trying to ignore technology because the government decided to use it to watch over their people, but if the government use their technology for good things like the telescreen to detect heartbeats for medical purpose, I think Winston will like technology more and appreciate the use of

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