1984 - Part 3, Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 6 Summary

Winston sat in the Chestnut Tree café listening to the telescreen. As he sat in his usual corner, a waiter continually filled up his glass of Victory gin without being asked. He quietly listened to the war updates while playing chess. He had a job that paid him better than his old one and money was never a problem anymore. Any thoughts he had were short and usually had burned themselves out before they could get anywhere. He had recently seen Julia in the street and he half-heartedly followed her. They got to a private place and began to talk. They calmly confessed to betraying each other. Without emotion, they agreed that after they were forced into the betrayal they couldn't feel the same about each other. It ends with Winston finally losing the war against his self and loving Big Brother.

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