1984 - Study Guide Part 1, Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Winston walks alone down the street. It is the second evening at the Community Center he'd missed in less than a month. This is a great risk for him to take since they are not to be alone any time except at night in bed. The aroma of real coffee (as opposed to the Victory Coffee provided by the Party) wafted past his nostrils, reminding him of his childhood. As he strolled along a bomb came and obliterated a series of houses nearby. He is pelted by shattering glass from a nearby window. He passed a group of proles with their attention glued to the lottery numbers. There were many that placed their only hope for living on the chance of winning the lottery. The Party paid the large winnings out to people that didn't exist. The words he wrote in his diary echo through...

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