Word count 44 chapter 3 i cant sleep for wanting

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Word Count: 44 Chapter 3 “I can’t sleep for wanting justice: wanting all the world to know of its unfairness… can’t sleep for the gun beneath my pillow.” (205) Rosemary is recounting on how now that Derek is gone everything has changed she cant sleep anymore. She can’t sleep because she wants justice served and wants everyone to know about its unfairness. Word Count: 33 “This is where it ends” (206) Chapter 4 Mr. Finch visits the Larkhill Camp, begins to question if joining the party was a right choice, and then dresses as a prisoner. (212) In order to crack the case Mr. Finch decided to go Larkhill Camp where V’s misfortune happened. In order to get into V’s head he decides to dress a prisoner to get a glance of V’s perspective of why he’s killed all those people. While dressed as prisoner he recollects memories of the people who were held there. Word Count: 58 “Vaulting, veering, vomiting up the values that victimized me, feeling vast, feeling virginal… was this how he felt? This verve? This vitality…this vision.” (216) After having the memories of the other prisoners who once inhabited that place Mr. Finch learns that he’s the one controlling and constraining his life which then enables him to gain his freedom. I believe Moore purposing used all those v letter words to add to the theme of the novel. Word Count: 51 Chapter 5
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“You asked for knowledge, Eve, and that is what I shall pass on to you. Knowledge is like air, is vital to life like air, no one should be denied it.” (218) Whenever V talks to Eve he speaks to her as if he was telling her a riddle or puzzle but he does it intentionally so she will learn. V knows that if he just told her what she wanted then she would never learn anything therefore never gain any knowledge. Word Count: 50 “Anarchy wear two faces, both creator and destroyer. Thus destroyers topple empires; make a canvas of clean rubble where creators can then build a better world.”(222) V is explaining how anarchy can destroy empires because if there is no rule or power then it will just turn into chaos. Anarchy can also build a better world if the people decide to work together instead of having one corrupt ruler. Word Count: 43 Chapter 6 V watches members of the party through cameras. (228) “Think like he thinks, he walked this road before me… and did those feet, in ancient times…but where? Where did he go…” (230) Mr. Finch while still in pursuit of V is getting closer to where V lives and so he keeps reminding himself to think like V thinks. I thought that after being freed Mr. Finch was going to stop chasing V put instead he continued coincidentally stumbled upon Victoria train station where V lived. Word Count: 53 Chapter 7 “Let me take you by the hand and lead you through the streets of London, I’ll show you something…to make you change your mind.” (233) When V was saying this Mr. Finch what was he trying to change his mind from? Or since V was sitting on the floor, was he just singing while he waited for Mr. Finch to find him?
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