Normally we say "Winston is a victim of the totalitarian regime and I sympathize with him" instead of "Winston is a victim of the totalitarian regime and I sympathize with Winston".
After an aha moment the word swam into my mind. What I meant is anaphora, then I realized that I asked the wrong question. (Maybe there exists another term in psychology which can explain this phenomenon of false memory retrieval)
The anaphora means "deliberate repetition of the first part of the sentence". But what I needed is not anaphora. Then I wonder how I can express using a term the meaning of what I asked.