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  • Page 10 and 11: writing by hand. Apart from very sh
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  • Page 18 and 19: y the Thought Police. He was the co
  • Page 20 and 21: the dark-haired girl behind him. Vi
  • Page 22 and 23: ing of ‘B-B!...B-B!’ always fil
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  • Page 26 and 27: Chapter 2 A s he put his hand to th
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  • Page 34 and 35: Down in the street the wind flapped
  • Page 36 and 37: He was already dead, he reflected.
  • Page 38 and 39: were down there because he was up h
  • Page 40 and 41: was nought seven fifteen, getting-u
  • Page 42 and 43: his sister had been born then. Fina
  • Page 44 and 45: surely, was more terrifying than me
  • Page 46 and 47: and how much invented. Winston coul
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    een rewritten a dozen times still s

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    tual, dreamy creature named Amplefo

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    them as in the depths of a mathemat

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    the complex processes of cross-refe

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    ty-three he had perished in action.

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    Chapter 5 I n the low-ceilinged can

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    if possible, in the technicalities

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    the great wastage is in the verbs a

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    this remark was not in some way uno

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    it was not speech in the true sense

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    had been playing table-tennis by th

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    merely an announcement from the Min

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    ways in your stomach and in your sk

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    would never be vaporized. The littl

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    keen as mustard! That’s a first-r

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    ty-five to forty, tallish and thin,

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    ognized purpose of marriage was to

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    day came round. But luckily no chil

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    88 years old at least. But I went a

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    ed! he had thought. A riot! The pro

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    that the proles should have strong

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    cat-o’-nine tails, the Lord Mayor

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    counted—concrete, unmistakable ev

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    ing children, street battles, capit

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    portant military secrets. The date

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    He wondered, as he had many times w

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    Chapter 8 F rom somewhere at the bo

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    of been in my place you’d of done

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    sawdust, and sour beer. In an angle

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    down the next turning, not five min

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    me off a pint easy enough. We didn

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    worse than anything we can imagine.

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    It showed respect, like. I didn’t

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    vivors from the ancient world were

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    haven’t seen a brass candlestick

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    oom were meant to be lived in. Ther

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    ed: ‘Oranges and lemons, say the

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    yourself you had the illusion of ac

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    for several seconds wondering vague

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    knew of them) there was the routine

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    Part Two 1 1984

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    to help her. In the moment when he

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    stant of feeling the scrap of paper

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    chess’. His soul writhed with bor

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    ably she had been changed on to a l

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    man was sprawling on all fours, his

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    had bells, had chimed ‘You owe me

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    ‘You turn left, then right, then

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    Chapter 2 W inston picked his way u

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    own inferiority was heavy upon him.

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    a bluebell out of her hair. She sat

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    that memory moving round the edges

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    almost at the level of their faces.

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    if they got half a chance. They’r

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    Chapter 3 ‘ We can come here once

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    ous, intermittent conversation whic

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    tric motor. She was ‘not clever

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    others like her there might be in t

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    For how could the fear, the hatred,

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    person then as I am now. Or perhaps

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    Chapter 4 W inston looked round the

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    The words of these songs were compo

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    curred to him. When he suggested it

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    Down in the yard the red-armed woma

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    to be full of bugs, but who cares?

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    side of it there was something unen

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    I remember it ends up, ‘Here come

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    Chapter 5 S yme had vanished. A mor

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    out from every fold of his body wha

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    and on the other hand to have almos

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    seemed to exist, between himself an

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    invented aeroplanes? It was rather

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    isks, but only for something worth

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    Chapter 6 I t had happened at last.

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    this tended. ‘Some of the new dev

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    Chapter 7 W inston had woken up wit

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    something that she knew must happen

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    of it and looked at it dully, perha

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    nothing, it did not produce more ch

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    even that can’t make the slightes

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    Chapter 8 T hey had done it, they h

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    usual, as though he were not please

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    usiness. You can stop being a serva

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    ‘Yes.’ ‘You are prepared to c

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    ‘You had better go back to your P

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    seemed to be impressed. She had let

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    Winston explained about the room ov

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    for you to go. But wait. You had be

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    opened, nor even looked at. On the

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    the neck of the microphone, his sho

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    of his ink-pencil, was a deliberate

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    dren: in the room itself there was

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    order of importance. Motives which

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    tories which in fact are largely un

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    But it was also clear that an all-r

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    ing the bare needs of the populatio

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    the entire world. All members of th

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    that all three powers already posse

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    late a population of about a hundre

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    serious. Physical facts could not b

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    conquests of territory, but to keep

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    The clock’s hands said six, meani

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    and aristocrats and by the priests,

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    thousands of years. And this vision

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    of communication closed. The possib

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    having political results, because t

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    There is far less to-and-fro moveme

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    without warning and without knowing

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    Newspeak words, this word has two m

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    has done so. The trick of doing thi

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    ject peoples of the disputed territ

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    ked from the waist upwards, with he

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    stones were wet as though they had

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    it would happen, strength would cha

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    ‘The house is surrounded,’ said

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    e fading at twenty-one hours on an

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    Part Three 84 1984

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    pocket of his overalls. It was even

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    ‘Beg pardon, dearie,’ she said.

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    another ten minutes’ life even wi

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    most indignantly, raising his face

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    something in the middle distance.

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    mysteriously. One, a woman, was con

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    ing or squeaking, which seemed unco

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    eath left for anything except hangi

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    at him. The guard was laughing at h

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    was a formality, though the torture

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    weep half a dozen times in a single

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    ture had somehow been skipped over

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    the dial. The wave of pain receded

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    and Rutherford at the party functio

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    ecords, and we control all memories

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    ‘Four! Stop it, stop it! How can

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    his eyes again. ‘How many fingers

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    persecutions of the past. In the Mi

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    an erroneous thought should exist a

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    selves against Winston’s temples.

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    were what was needed. It had faded

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    Winston lay silent. His breast rose

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    ‘why’ that you doubted your own

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    ‘Now I will tell you the answer t

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    even control the climate or the law

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    solipsism. But you are mistaken. Th

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    and worse. The espionage, the betra

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    ‘Do you see any evidence that tha

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    first moment he had thought that he

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    state.’ ‘No, Winston, you reduc

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    Chapter 4 H e was much better. He w

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    could walk three kilometres, measur

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    come of its own accord. He wrote: 0

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    for years in solitary confinement,

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    last seeing himself in the glass he

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    He released Winston with a little p

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    thing made of wire, a box or basket

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    of a great empty plain, a flat dese

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    cheek. And then—no, it was not re

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    a question of losing Central Africa

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    again. Winston’s heart stirred. T

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    arm round her waist. There was no t

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    prevent his keeping abreast of her.

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    or outside. There were four others

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    had sat propped up against a bolste

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    en him to learn what kind of smile

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    now know it, though many Newspeak s

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    ing the affix UN-, or could be stre

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    language. The B words were in all c

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    invent new words, but, having inven

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    ‘bad’ when applied to its enemi

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    speech, at once staccato and monoto

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    ical to Ingsoc could only be entert

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    9 THAT TO SECURE THESE RIGHTS, GOVE

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