Explain the irony of the "place where there is no darkness".

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When Winston thinks of a place with no darkness, he fantasizes about light and freedom. Winston holds on to this dream but unfortunately when he does meet O'Brien in the place without darkness it is in a room in the Ministry of Love, with continual artificial light. The experience is torture.