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Word Count: 48 Room Five (34) The room five is significant in many ways because in roman numerals the number five is V and also Prothero figures out that V is the man that they kept locked up in room five. Word Count: 35 Chapter 5 V visits Madam Justice (39) V can be viewed as a psychopath because he one of the first persons to go against the head and is now talking a statue which he named Madam Justice. In V’s conversation with Madam Justice he is explaining how he has given up justice and now prefers anarchy. Word Count: 49 “It’s a quotation. A motto... ‘vi veri veniversum vivus vici’ ‘By the power of truth, I, while living, have conquered the universe.’ Latin” (43) V is obsessed with the letter V for some reason but I am unsure why. I find it to be a coincidence that the whole Latin quote only contains words beginning with V and its meaning is something V follows. Word Count: 40 Chapter 6 “Ah well if Job could bear his disappointments, I suppose I must have the good grace to likewise bear mine. Show her in, Dennis, there’s a good cap.” (47) We are first introduced to Bishop Lilliman so we know little about him except he seems to be a pedophile because he likes younger girls. After wanting to help out, V finally let Evey be a distraction for him. Word Count: 39 “That’s right. He won’t miss it though. Not Dennis is describing to the body guards that
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tonight. His grace is dining upon the finest veal this evening.” (49) the Bishop won’t mind him giving them some of the best drinks he has because he’s going to be too busy with Evey. Word Count: 31 Chapter 7 Evey opens the window (50) Before the Bishop is able to make a move on Evey, she pretends as if she likes the window open because she likes to listen to the wind but in reality she only opening the wind to give V access to enter. Word Count: 42 “Help us to resist the temptations of the evil one… who is surely come amongst us in this, the hour of our greatest trial.” (52) I find it ironic how the Bishop decides to read a prayer asking God to help him resist temptation when he clearly is up to bad ones. All the Bishop wants is to Evey for his own pleasure. Word Count: 38 Chapter 8 The V on the wall (57) Another symbol that represents V is the letter V. Besides the rose, after every crime he also leaves a V somewhere in the crime scene. I am still unsure with the connection between the man in mask and the letter V. Word Count: 41 “And then there’s a funny little noise. Human noise. And then there’s just Beethoven’s fifth.” (62). While investigating the crime scene, Finch listens to the record audio of crime. I believe the “funny little noise” in the background that they hear is Evey. We can also see the connection between V and the music playing in the background because it’s Beethoven’s V and V also enjoys old music.
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