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Every fear of the Party's eye immediately vanishes when the screen is turned off. The screen represents all that is frightening and once turned off the thought of fear is eliminated (to a degree). Every thought that Winston has held in is spilled without the fear of O'Brien or man. Winston speaks for Julia and himself saying, "We are enemies of the Party...
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We disbelieve in the principles of Ingsoc. We are thought criminals. We are also adulterers." (174). The fact that the constant eye through the telescreens of "Big Brother" is gone, or at least thought to be, eliminates the thought of being afraid making Winston feel invincible.
Another important point is that the lack of a telescreen in the room above Charrington's shop, is where the fear of being seen stops for Julia and Winston...
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