1984 by George Orwell

How is Winston a different man at the end of the novel as compared to the beginning?

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By the end of the novel, Winston is a shell of his former self. His brains have been scrambled and his spirit has been crushed: he looks at the telescreen and realizes that he finally loves Big Brother. Winston sees Big Brother and actually thinks he loves the guy. His feelings match his intellect which was O'Brien's goal all along.