1984 - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 6 Summary

The moment he had been dreaming about for so long finally happened! O'Brien made his move to speak to him outside of work. In order to get Winston his address he used the excuse of needing to get the tenth edition of the Newspeak dictionary to him. Under usual circumstances, no one was to know the location of a person's home or see one another outside of work. His mind jumped to the process that had started with the opening of the diary and culminating at this moment with this summons from O'Brien. Even in his excitement, he felt deader than ever.

Part 2, Chapter 6 Analysis

More words such as death, chilly, frightening, shuddering, dampness and grave, continue the mood. The place where O'Brien confronted him was almost the exact spot where Julia slipped him the note, which was in the Ministry of Love. This is...

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