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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. Who will meet Winston if O'Brien isn't home?
(a) His wife.
(b) His plumber.
(c) His servant.
(d) His comrade.
2. Where was Winston when he discovered the war had switched again in Part 2, Chapter 8?
(a) With Julia.
(b) At home, writing in his diary.
(c) At a rally.
(d) At the Community Center.
3. In Part 2, Chapter 5, who has been vaporized?
4. Who does Julia think is really launching the rocketbombs?
(a) The proles.
(b) The Party.
(d) The Brotherhood.
5. What kind of pencil does O'Brien use?
(a) Gold plated.
(d) Gold ink.
Short Answer Questions
1. What are the three stages to Winston's reintegration?
2. What will happen thirty seconds after Winston leaves O'Brien's house?
3. How many fingers is O'Brien holding up in Part 3, Chapter 2?
4. How do the proles normally feel about the war?
5. What does Winston's bed feel like in Part 3, Chapter 2?
Short Essay Questions
1. When questioned by O'Brien, Winston and Julia state that they are willing to commit many crimes, including the killing of innocent people. Do you think this is justifiable, given the terrible nature of the Party?
2. 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?
3. According to O'Brien, where does reality exist?
4. What does Winston's betrayal reveal about his character? What do you think of him now?
5. How does Winston feel towards O'Brien in Part 3, Chapter 2? Why do you think this is?
6. What does Winston admire about his mother?
7. According to Goldstein's book, why is a state of perpetual war necessary? For what purpose?
8. What is the significance of O'Brien's reference to Syme?
9. What does O'Brien say is the real reason the Party seeks power? How are they different from past governments?
10. Describe the forced-labor camps, according to the common criminals.
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