1984 - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 4 Summary

Winston's eyes move around the small room upstairs from Mr. Charrington's shop. He was still surprised at himself for having rented it as a romantic rendezvous point for him and Julia. They enjoyed real coffee with real sugar. A rat visits and causes Winston to become pale. He is terrified of rats. They make plans to rat-proof the room as best as possible.

Part 2, Chapter 4 Analysis

The same themes we've seen continue here the smell of real coffee, the taste of real sugar, the colors of face makeup that Julia put on, and all the feelings that go with these things. The ticking clock continues the theme of their time running out. He reflected on the paperweight in yet another way: The paperweight was the room he was in, the coral was his and Julia's lives held in infinity in the center of the crystal...

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