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1984 PART 2 - Chapter 1 - Winston again sees the girl from the Fiction Dep. this time at work. She has one arm in a sling and, as they pass, she falls. - He is surprised to find how much he sympathises with her, and even more surprised when she takes advantage of his concern to secretly pass him piece of paper. - Wonders anxiously whether the message could be from the Thought Police or perhaps from the Brotherhood, a conspiracy to overthrow the Party [rumours that this "Brotherhood actually exists] - After several minutes he reads the note and is stunned to find the message "I love you" (p.113) Chapter 2 - - Winston and Julia, meet up as planned in the countryside. He realises that the place is very like his imagined ideal of the Golden Country. - Julia proves to be a rebel against the Party, but a very different kind to Winston. She has no thought of changing society & finds it easy to conform outwardly. ...read more.


- Although Julia knows that one day they will be caught by the Thought Police, she tells Winston to stop thinking about such morbid thoughts and to focus more on the present. Chapter 4 - - Winston rents a room about the junk shop and with the convenience of the owner, Mr. Charrington, he and Julia use it as a place where they can be together, almost as an ordinary couple would have lived back in the "abolished past" - He knows that this is a dangerous expedient, since it makes discovery more likely, but as working hours have been increased with the approach of Hate Week, it has become more and more difficult to arrange meetings. - When Julia first joins him in the room, she brings a bag full of luxuries which she has managed to obtain, items such as proper sugar, bread, coffee and tea. - Normally these foods are only available to members of the Inner Party. She tells Winston she has a surprise for him and makes him turn his back for a short while. ...read more.


- He and Julia continues to discuss the Party and their opposition to it. - She assumes that secret dissent is common and she also suggests that the rocket bombs falling on London are sent by the Party to increase hatred of the enemy. - But in general she does not care as to who is the current ally an enemy, she did not even recall the switch 4 years previously. Chapter 6 - - O'Brien asks Winston whether he knows that 2 of the words used in his articles have been made obsolete in the latest edition of the Newspeak Dictionary and invites him to his home to see a copy. - In raising this subject, O'Brien mentions a friend of Winston's who is an expert on Newspeak. The reference can only be to Syme, but he is now an "unperson" and any thought of him is a "thoughtcrime". - This convinces Winston that O'Brien must be a conspirator against the Party who is covertly inviting him to make contact. - Winston is anxious to do so, but is also frightened, because he believes it to be a further step towards his death. ...read more.

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