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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why are people brought to the Ministry of Love?
(a) To be given a fair trial.
(b) To be made sane.
(c) To be loved.
(d) To be executed.
2. What is the reason for O'Brien's encounter with Winston?
(a) So O'Brien can warn Winston about information the Thought Police have on him.
(b) So O'Brien can give Winston his address.
(c) So O'Brien can give Winston a book.
(d) There is no reason for the encounter.
3. What is the only thing Winston and Julia are not capable of doing?
(a) Committing suicide.
(b) Killing many innocent people.
(c) Separating and never seeing each other again.
(d) Betraying their country.
4. What was the only way for Winston to save himself in Part 3, Chapter 5?
(a) To hand over information about the Brotherhood.
(b) To put somebody between himself and the rats.
(c) To become an Inner Party member like O'Brien.
(d) To slit his wrists with the smuggled razor blade.
5. Who wrote Goldstein's book?
(a) O'Brien, by himself.
(c) Big Brother, and O'Brien edited it.
(d) O'Brien, with collaborators.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Part 3, Chapter 6, what does Winston have plenty of these days?
2. What kind of pencil does O'Brien use?
3. How does Winston feel towards Big Brother?
4. Who will meet Winston if O'Brien isn't home?
5. In Part 3, Chapter 4, what is the third phrase Winston writes?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Winston feel towards O'Brien in Part 3, Chapter 2? Why do you think this is?
2. What is the significance of O'Brien's reference to Syme?
3. What "progress" has Winston made by Part 3, Chapter 4? What does Winston have to do before his re-education is complete?
4. At the end of Part 2, Chapter 5, what does Winston realize about the Party and their orthodoxy? How does this relate to the everyday citizens of Oceania?
5. How is the Brotherhood organized, and why?
6. According to O'Brien, where does reality exist?
7. What does Winston think the Party and the Ministry of Love can never do? Why?
8. What does Winston think O'Brien will say is the reason the Party seeks power?
9. What is unusual about O'Brien? Do you think he can be trusted? Why or why not?
10. What is the most important theme of Nineteen Eighty-Four, and why?
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