V For Vendetta - Book 2, Prelude Summary & Analysis

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Book Two begins with a song, which V is performing. He is describing, through his song, that the government is and society has become decrepit. Through the images we see that Rosemary Almond is essentially being cut off from the government that her husband worked so hard for, and died for. Since she will not receive any widow's benefits, she is now forced to find work in a cabaret act. Evey, we discover, is passing time watching videos on TV. As a finale, V sings about the narrow-minded government, and how people need to fall in with their government's mindset, not an individual's.

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