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George Orwell 1984 Summary

Part Two – Thoughtcrime

1984 Chapter Seven – Our Leader, Emmanuel Goldstein

 

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Part Two – Thoughtcrime: Chapter Seven – Our Leader, Emmanuel Goldstein

Why does Julia not think that Winston telling O’Brien that he is an enemy of the Party is a ‘wild idea’?

Julia does not think that Winston telling O’Brien that he is an enemy of the Party is such a ‘wild idea’ because she too judges people ‘by their faces’, so it makes sense to her that the look Winston sees in O’Brien’s eyes would make him believe in him.

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Why does Winston not say ‘Syme’ when O’Brien refers to him but says that he can’t remember his name?

Winston does not say ‘Syme’ when O’Brien refers to him but says that he can’t remember his name because Syme has been vaporized and the Party often kills people for talking about an unperson.

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Why does Winston regret bringing Julia when they enter O’Brien’s home?

Winston suddenly regrets bringing Julia with him when they enter O’Brien’s home because he realises that, if his beliefs about O’Brien turn out to be mistaken, he will not be able to pretend that ‘he had come only to borrow the dictionary’.

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What reason does O’Brien give why the amount of knowledge Winston and Julia will gain about Goldstein and the Brotherhood will be limited?

O’Brien explains that Winston and Julia will only be allowed to gain a very limited knowledge of the Brotherhood so that they will not be able to divulge much information about them to the Party when they are eventually captured and interrogated.

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