Word count 52 chapter 9 a man walking in flames 67 a

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Word Count: 52 Chapter 9 A man walking in flames (67) A woman seems to be recounting on a memory where she saw a man walking in flames. It is unclear who the woman is or who the man is so it is a little confusing how the scene connects V. Word Count: 40 Dominic and Mr. Finch get closer to solving the crimes. (69) Dominic and Mr. Finch discover that the room five was connected to the resettlement camps and the victims killed were also connected to them. The Nose is getting closer in discovering who exactly V is.
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Word Count: 35 Chapter 10 “He’s killed the bloody lot of ‘em.” (72) Dominic and Mr. Finch have discovered mostly all the people that used to work at Larkhill camp have died and they believe that V has died all of them. V killed all of them because they were all involved in his imprisonment. Word Count: 42 “We deserve to be culled. We deserve it…” (73) After being visited by V, Delia now feels remorse for what she was involved in. She is ready to die by his hand because she has realized that what they did to V in the past was wrong and twisted. Word Count: 40 Chapter 11 “And in the yard, I saw him. He had the flames behind him. He was naked… he looked at me. As if I were an insect. Oh god. As if I were something mounted on a slide.” (83) Dr. Delia is describing when she saw the man in room five escaped after the incident that happened in Larkhill Camp. She describes how the man had little interest in her as he looked her when he left. Word Count: 38 “You see, there are two possible motives here, not one.” (85) Mr. Finch concludes that there are two possible motives for why V was picking off all these people that worked Larkhill camp. One was just to get his revenge for the way they treated him and the other is to tie up an loose ends of people who knew who he was. Word Count: 52 Book 2 Chapter 1 “Don’t fancy me. At all. I mean… not that you should or anything. Not that I want you to.” (96) Evey is beginning to wonder why V hasn’t hit on her yet even though they’ve been together for a long time now and he’s taken care of her. I believe that Evey is beginning to fall for V but she doesn’t want him to know it. Word Count: 46 V leaves Evey out in the streets. (100) Chapter 2 “You see you’re lost. All the world you understood has gone and everywhere looks sinister and different.” (102) I believe V is narrating how Evey’s life is now without him. She had grown into the lifestyle she had living with V but now that she is back in the world it all seems dark compared to how she lived with V.
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Word Count: 43 “I’m trying to hang on. Hang on to something even though I know it’s gone. Even though I know you aren’t there anymore.” (104) Chapter 3 V arrives at the television station with dynamite strapped to him. (111) This shows how far V is willing to go in order for him to have his say. V demonstrates how he is a true terrorist because only terrorists would be willing to blow themselves up just ion order tog et what they want.
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