1984 - Part 2, Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 2 Summary

On the appointed day, Winston made his way to the meeting spot. He arrived first and gathered some bluebells for the girl from the thick mass of them he had to walk through. She approached him from behind and made a motion to stay quiet. When they got a little further, she broke the silence. They exchanged various pieces of introductory information while she shared some chocolate she had gotten from the black market. They walked along and came to a pasture with a path meandering through it and intermittent molehills. He gasped with delight, "The Golden Country…" He had seen this landscape in dreams. They engaged in a romantic interlude and fell asleep.

Part 2, Chapter 2 Analysis

The use of the senses to represent life is obvious here. The color of the bluebells, the gold of the sunlight, the taste of real chocolate...

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