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1984

1984

  

by George Orwell

1984: Symbols Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around 1984? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. What are those things in the ground that the Party insists any scraps of paper get tossed into?


Memory holes
Varicose veins
Garbage cans
Sewer holes
Darkness spots
Q. What bothers Winston in the mornings?


Ulcer
Headaches
Bad breath
Swollen fingers
Hair loss
Q. What is the darkest and gloomiest location?


Place where there is no darkness
Winston's home
Winston's office
Ministry of Justice
Julia's home
Q. Julia's sash is a symbol of


Lust
Sloth
Chastity
Felicity
Hope
Q. The ultimate symbol of opposition is


Schmidt
Goldstein
Bernstein
Washington
Jefferson
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