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Word Count: 43 V takes over TV station and begins broadcasting his message. (112) Chapter 4 “I am reliably informed that you always hurt the one you love… the one you shouldn’t hurt at all.” (115) V is exposing the Governor to the public by explaining how he knows that he beats his wife and they no longer get along. It is still unclear what V is trying to accomplish in exposing the governor. Word Count: 38 “While I’ll admit that anyone can make a mistake once , to go on making the same lethal errors century after century seems to me nothing short of deliberate. “ (117) Chapter 5 They ended up catching the wrong V. (120) “…I don’t even think about him.” (124) Evey is now living with a man named Gordon and she no longer thinks about V. I believe it is good that Evey no longer thinks about V because if she stayed with him it just would’ve been more trouble for her. Word Count: 42 Chapter 6 Evey is in a club with Gordon, thinking about how she likes him. (126) Evey is recollecting it was good that she found someone like Gordon to take care of her. She believes that V left her all alone in the streets but V is still watching over her. Word Count: 35 “We shouldn’t have to live like this. Should we?” (130) Chapter 7 Gordon asks Evey to move into his bedroom with him. (132). At first Evey thinks Gordon is going to kick her out but after Gordon explains to
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her that he wants her to move in with him she is intrigued by the idea. I feel that Evey is most intrigued by this idea because she always wanted to be fancied but V ever fancied her. Word Count: 54 Evey discovers that Gordon has been killed. (137) Chapter 8 Evey is startled by a woman named Rose as she waits for Harper. (139) Evey waits for Harper in an ally, waiting to shoot him. But before she can fire someone tackles her. (142) Evey was angry that Harper killed Gordon and so she planned to get her revenge by killing him. Who was the person that tackled her before she could kill Harper? Is it possible that it was V? Word Count: 37 Chapter 9 Evey has a strange dream of her parents and V chasing her. (144). I find it interesting that Evey dreams about attending a birthday party and her parents. It was also strange that Evey dreamed about being in bed with her dad and her mom not minding. What really surprised he was that she was scared of V as he chased her. Word Count: 49 Evey wakes up in a cell. (148). Chapter 10 “There’s a rat.” (149) I am not entirely sure what the author’s purpose was emphasizing that there was a rat with Evey in her cell. If the author decided to use repetition to emphasize the rat then it most have some significance to Evey. Word Count: 40 “Only now I don’t mind the rat…because I’m no better.” (154) Chapter 11 “I read her letter, I hide it, I sleep, I wake, they question me, I cry, it gets dark, its gets light, I read her letter again…” (155) Evey explains how her life in the cell only consists of her being questioned and reading a letter she found in the cell. The letter was form of support for Evey because the girl who wrote was in a similar situation as her.
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