1984 - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Winston is exhausted from his part of the work in carrying out Hate Week. During the festivities of the sixth day of the celebrated week, the crowd watched with excitement as the speaker explained that they were no longer at war with Eurasia, they were now their allies. The new enemy was Eastasia. The crowd picked up and placed their fury on the new enemy without missing a beat. Nobody asked any questions or even wondered at the apparent contradiction. Now they had always been at war with Eastasia. All of records would soon reflect this change and it would be made permanent. In the midst of the irate insanity Winston was given Goldstein's' book in the way that O'Brien had outlined. The only hope he had left was now in his briefcase.

After hurrying to the sacred space above Mr. Charrington's shop, he lay...

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