In a nightmarish future, the society in the super state Oceania is controlled by Big Brother. Every aspect of life is closely monitored, every trace of privacy is rubbed off and the slightest hint of personal freedom or rebellion is ruthlessly quashed by the party under the aegis of Big Brother, whose image is present everywhere.
A minor party official Winston commits thought crimes by keeping a secret diary and loving a girl and seduced to self betrayal by his superior O'Brien. His interrogation finally leads him to Room 101, where resides every man's ultimate horror..........
Orwell describes a world of terror where the price of freedom is betrayal.
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