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V For Vendetta Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2, Chapter 13 Summary

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Book 2, Chapter 13 Summary

When Evey hears that V is behind this elaborate scheme to set her free she reacts with rage and raw hatred. V says to Evey that her whole life was spent inside a prison of her own. He did this to Evey to take her away from that. Her whole life had been spent in fear, because of her mother and father, and eventually Gordon. This experience was designed to remove that fear from her. V goes on to explain that she was born into a prison, like so many others. He wants her to know that there is life beyond that prison. She refuses to hear it, V says, because the idea of freedom is terrifying.

V talks her through the stages of her acceptance of her new existence. He suggests going up to the roof for Evey to see things as new. This...

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