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Winston struggles to find some shred of rebellion against the party. His, thoughts, his diary, and his relationship with Julia were all examples of Winston's rebellion. Unlike Julia, Winston knows that his rebellion will end: he and Julia would be found out and taken. Winston's futile hope in the proles will never come to be, at least in his lifetime. In the end Winston's instincts are correct. He is caught, there is no brotherhood, and any resistance against the party is futile. Big Brother and the party win in the end: they will always win.