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1984

1984

  

by George Orwell

1984 Book 3, Chapter 4 Quotes

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Quote 1

He obeyed the Party, but he still hated the Party. In the old days he had hidden a heretical mind beneath an appearance of conformity. Now he had retreated a step further: in the mind he had surrendered, but he had hoped to keep the inner heart inviolate. He knew that he was in the wrong, but he preferred to be in the wrong. (3.4.24)

Even after months of torture, Winston outwardly obeys the Party, but inwardly does not resign his rebellious spirit.

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Quote 2

Suddenly he started up with a shock of horror. The sweat broke out on his backbone. He had heard himself cry aloud:

"Julia ! Julia! Julia, my love! Julia!" (3.4.20-21)

In a fit of rebellion and manifestation of private loyalty, Winston refuses to give up his ties to Julia.

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Quote 3

He obeyed the Party, but he still hated the Party. In the old days he had hidden a heretical mind beneath an appearance of conformity. Now he had retreated a step further: in the mind he had surrendered, but he had hoped to keep the inner heart inviolate. He knew that he was in the wrong, but he preferred to be in the wrong. (3.4.24)

After months of torture, Winston outwardly obeys the Party, but inwardly does not resign his rebellious spirit.

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