1984 - Part 3, Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 4 Summary

He is feeling and looking better everyday. The light and hum were the same but his new cell was more comfortable than the last ones. It had a pillow, mattress and a stool. He was being fed regularly, the food was good and they even gave him some meat. He has been given warm water to wash with and they had given him new clothes. He spent less time sleeping and started doing strength exercises. The Party had succeeded in breaking him down enough to accept everything they said to be true.

He wakes himself up yelling, "Julia, Julia, my love…" He knows his sleeping antics have betrayed him. He wonders how long he has added to his sentence from his outburst of emotion.

As expected, O'Brien shows up in his room. He gives Winston the status of his progress. He is improving...

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