• Winston receives a copy of “the book” by Goldstein. Chapter 9&10 • Winston is exhausted of his work at the Ministry of Truth. • Winston begins the read “the book” in Mr.Charrington’s shop room.
• The book contains the history and ideas of the Party. Winston was not surprised of the information. • The following day, a voice from behind the picture on the wall says “you are the dead”. Behind the picture was a telescreen. • Winston and Julia are captured and Mr.Charrington turns out to be a Thought Police. Book 3 Chapter 1 • Winston finds himself in the Ministry of Love in a cell. There are no windows and only a telescreen watching his every move. • Winston thinks of Julia and O’Brien. Ampleforth is put into Room 101. • Winston imagines Julia, he wanted to take in double of his suffering for her freedom, but that is just an intellectual decision. • O’brien approaches Winston, which he soon realizes that O’Brien has betrayed him. Chapter 2 • Winston is constantly tortured. • O’Brien tortures Winston if he does not give the correct answer. The questions were mainly memory and objective truths. • O’Brien answers Winston’s question upon why the party’s actions. • O’brien allowed Winston to feel he is insane, and that o’brien is there to cure him. Chapter 3 • Winston learns to look at himself in the mirror and sees himself as a ruined and destroyed being. O’Brien mocks him. • Winston has discovered that Julia has betrayed him, but he has not yet. • O’Brien tells Winston that he knew he would be shot. Chapter 4&5 • Winston is still in the Ministry of Truth, but his conditions are improving. He dreams of the Golden Country talking about serene things with his mother, Julia, and o’brien. • He figures that the party has been watching him for over 7 years. • Winston wakes up from a dream screaming Julia’s name, causing him to restart the program again. • O’Brien orders Winston to Room 101, where he faces his greatest fear—rats. • O’Brien threatens Winston with rats, until Winston finally betrays Julia. Chapter 6 • At the chestnut café, Winston drinks victory gin and listens to the telescreen. • He write in the dust that two plus two equals five • He remembers that he only saw Julia by accident • They both confessed to betraying each other. • Winston has a vivid memory of his mother and sister but pushes out of his mind and believes it is false. • The telescreen announces that victory at the front lines, and Winston is overjoyed. • He is happy to have won the struggle over him. He loves Big Brother.
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