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is continually being tortured. (161) Chapter 12 “Thank you… but I’d rather die behind the chemical sheds.” (162) Although Evey is tortured and beat she still refuses to give up V. Evey would rather choose to die before she gave up V. Although V left her, Evey’s loyalty demonstrates how she still liked him. Word Count: 36 “Yuh-you hit me and, and you cut off my hair... it was you, it was just you all this time…you… tortured … me…”(167) After being tortured and almost sentenced to death Evey is released and soon discovers that V was behind it the whole time. I find it sick that V tortured Evey and cut her hair just to see if she was loyal and would give him up or not. Word Count: 48 Chapter 13 “You say you love me and you don’t because you just frightened me and torture me for a joke…” (168) Evey is enraged with V because he tortures and then simply says he did all because he loved her. V explains that he did all of that to free her because happiness is a prison. Word Count: 35 “Seize it. Encircle it within your arms. Bury it in your heart up to the hilt…” (172) Chapter 14 “Thank you. Thank you for all you’ve done for me.” (174) Evey is finally grateful that V freed her from fear. V explains to Evey that it was all her, he just led her in the right direction. After being freed Evey has transferred into a new person one free from the fear of death. Word Count: 44 “Evey once you told me you would not kill. Not even for me. When I plucked you from the streets you were about to kill a man.” (176) Book 3 Chapter 1 Rosemary goes to the store so she can purchase a gun. (191) After receiving this new freedom most of the city seems chaotic so I don’t blame Rosemary for wanting to buy a gun. The store owner didn’t want to sell her a gun because he wasn’t entirely sure what she would need it for but after she offered him four hundred pounds he decided to sell it to her. Word Count: 58
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“It does not do to rely too much on silent majorities, Evey for silence is a fragile thing... One loud noise, and its gone.” (193) Chapter 2 “L-look, I’ve got the money. Did you get the…the thing, like I asked? To defend myself with?” (197) It seems as if Rosemary didn’t really buy the gun for her own protection but instead bought it for someone else. Why couldn’t the guy the gun himself? How did Rosemary get herself involved in this business? Word Count: 37 “It is a tangled and unhappy tale of hearts betrayed and loyalties misplaced. It was not I that strayed. My love was justice and infatuated with her truth and loveliness, I worshipped her.” (201) Evey believes V is talking about an actual mistress but V is actually talking Justice. Similar to when V was speaking to Madam Justice, he is explaining to Evey how the justice that he once loved no longer existed because now “she” had changed.
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