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George Orwell 1984 Summary

Part Two – Thoughtcrime

1984 Chapter Six – They Can’t Get Inside You

 

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Part Two – Thoughtcrime: Chapter Six – They Can’t Get Inside You

Why does Winston persist in spending time with Julia in the room above Mr Charrington’s shop even though he knows it is foolish?

Winston continues to spend time with Julia in the room above Mr Charrington’s shop even though he knows it is foolish because he feels that he both needs and deserves her.

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How does Julia say that she got hold of the ‘good food’?

Julia says that she obtained the ‘good food’ from waiters and servants who stole it while working for the Inner Party.

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Why does Julia want to obtain ‘a real woman’s dress’?

Julia wants to get hold of ‘a real woman’s dress’ so that, when she is in the room above Mr Charrington’s shop with Winston, she can be ‘a woman, not Party comrade’.

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Why does Winston tell Julia ‘we are the dead’?

Winston says ‘we are the dead to Julia’ because they are disobeying the party by having a relationship and he believes that you are dead as soon as you disobey the party because doing so means that they will inevitably catch and punish you.

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Why does Julia say that ‘in some parts of London a woman daren’t leave a baby alone for two minutes’?

Julia says that ‘in some parts of London a woman daren’t leave a baby alone for two minutes’ because there are rats, which often attack children, everywhere.

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