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1984 Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapter 10 Summary

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Part 2, Chapter 10 Summary

Winston and Julia awoke to their destiny. A voice behind the picture they had often talked about while enjoying their private time spoke with an iron voice. It informed them not to move and that the house was surrounded. As Mr. Charrington walked in with a changed demeanor, they knew that they were looking at a member of the Thought Police.

Part 2, Chapter 10 Analysis

The woman downstairs from the apartment they rented from Mr. Charrington was always singing. They could hear her clearly from the open window every time they were there. The words she sang are another strand of the theme of the inevitableness of their capture and the nature of the unavoidable process to follow. She sang, "It was only an 'opeless fancy, It passed like an April dye, But look an' a word an the dreams they stirred, They 'ave stolen...

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