1 After the thing is done, no evidence ever remains.
2 The Party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears.
3 From her breathing it was evident that she was going off to sleep again.
4 It was evident even to Winston that she was waiting for something that she knew must happen.
5 You believed that you had seen unmistakable documentary evidence proving that their confessions were false.
6 But today, supposing that it could be somehow resurrected from its ashes, the photograph might not even be evidence.
7 It was now impossible for any human being to prove by documentary evidence that the war with Eurasia had ever happened.
8 The only evidence is inside my own mind, and I don't know with any certainty that any other human being shares my memories.
9 Just once in his life he had possessed--AFTER the event: that was what counted--concrete, unmistakable evidence of an act of falsification.
10 But this was concrete evidence; it was a fragment of the abolished past, like a fossil bone which turns up in the wrong stratum and destroys a geological theory.
11 There was a sort of calculating ferocity in the boy's eye, a quite evident desire to hit or kick Winston and a consciousness of being very nearly big enough to do so.
12 The only evidence to the contrary was the mute protest in your own bones, the instinctive feeling that the conditions you lived in were intolerable and that at some other time they must have been different.
13 Comrade Ogilvy, who had never existed in the present, now existed in the past, and when once the act of forgery was forgotten, he would exist just as authentically, and upon the same evidence, as Charlemagne or Julius Caesar.
14 It was as though some huge force were pressing down upon you--something that penetrated inside your skull, battering against your brain, frightening you out of your beliefs, persuading you, almost, to deny the evidence of your senses.
15 In this way every prediction made by the Party could be shown by documentary evidence to have been correct, nor was any item of news, or any expression of opinion, which conflicted with the needs of the moment, ever allowed to remain on record.
16 Winston could not definitely remember a time when his country had not been at war, but it was evident that there had been a fairly long interval of peace during his childhood, because one of his early memories was of an air raid which appeared to take everyone by surprise.
17 There was no evidence, only fleeting glimpses that might mean anything or nothing: snatches of overheard conversation, faint scribbles on lavatory walls--once, even, when two strangers met, a small movement of the hand which had looked as though it might be a signal of recognition.
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