At the end of Orwell’s 1984, despite everything Winston has done, The Party wins. Why do people keep forgetting the most important part of the novel?

At the end of Orwell’s 1984, despite everything Winston has done, The Party wins. Why do people keep forgetting the most important part of the novel?

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  1. It’s worse than that. Once they indoctrinate him Winston will be happy. He wasn’t before. His perceived quality of life is going to improve by indoctrination *and* he accomplished nothing. People who never tried are better off by every measure.

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