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George Orwell 1984 Summary

Part Three – Inside Winston Smith’s Head

1984 Chapter Nine – Miniluv

 

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Part Three – Inside Winston Smith’s Head: Chapter Nine – Miniluv

What does Winston realise that the place ‘where there is no dark’ mentioned by O’Brien in his dream is?

Winston realises that the place ‘where there is no dark’ mentioned by O’Brien in his dream is the cell he is kept in in the Ministry of Love: ‘there is no dark’ because the bright lights are constantly on.

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Why is Ampleforth thrown into Winston’s cell?

Ampleforth is thrown into Winston’s cell for not changing the word ‘God’ in one of the poems he was working on, presumably since the Party don’t want anyone to think that there could be a higher authority than Big Brother.

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Why is Winston surprised when Parsons is thrown into his cell?

Winston is surprised when Parsons is thrown into his cell because he has always seen Parsons as an ardent supporter of the Party, someone who would never commit thoughtcrime.

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“Parsons is unrepentant about his thoughtcrime.” True or false?

This statement is false: Parsons is so repentant about his thoughtcrime that he admits that ‘it is a terrible thing’ and resolves to thank the Party for ‘saving’ him.

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About what does Winston change his mind drastically when he is attacked by the guard?

When the guard hits him on the elbow, Winston reverses his previous view that if Julia were in ‘and he could double his own pain to help her, he would do it’.

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