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1984 Quotes, Nineteen Eighty-Four Quotes, Part 2 Chap 5 - Part 3 Chap 6
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More Nineteen Eighty-Four quotes 1984 Part 1, Chapter 1- Part 2, Chapter 4
The proles, normally apathetic about the war, were being lashed into one of their periodical frenzies of patriotism.
1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four)
Part 2, Chapter 5.
So long as they were actually in this room, they both felt, no harm could come to them.
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Winston and Julia in room over Mr. Charrington's junk-shop, Part 2, Chapter 5.
Even the one plan that was practicable, suicide, they had no intention of carrying out. To hang on from day to day and from week to week, spinning out a present that had no future, seemed an unconquerable instinct, just as one's lungs will always draw the next breath so long as there is air available.
1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four)
Winston and Julia, Part 2, Chapter 5.
She only questioned the teachings of the Party when they in some way touched upon her own life. Often she was ready to accept the official mythology, simply because the difference between truth and falsehood did not seem important to her.
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Describing Julia, Part 2, Chapter 5.
Syme was not only dead, he was abolished, an unperson.
1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four)
Part 2, Chapter 6.
He had the sensation of stepping into the dampness of a grave, and it was not much better because he had always known that the grave was there and waiting for him.
1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four)
Winston describes feelings on meeting with O'Brien, Part 2, Chapter 6.
He knew that he was starving the other two, but he could not help it; he even felt that he had a right to do it. The clamorous hunger in his belly seemed to justify him.
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Winston as child ate more than his share of food, leaving less for his family, Part 2, Chapter 7.
The terrible thing that the Party had done was to persuade you that mere impulses, mere feelings, were of no account, while at the same time robbing you of all power over the material world.
1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four)
Part 2, Chapter 7.
It's the one thing they can't do. They can make you say anything - anything - but they can't make you believe it. They can't get inside you.
1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four)
Julia, Part 2, Chapter 7.
We believe that there is some kind of conspiracy, some kind of secret organization working against the Party, and that you are involved in it. We want to join it and work for it. We are enemies of the Party. We disbelieve in the principles of INGSOC. We are thought-criminals. We are also adulterers. I tell you this because we want to put ourselves at your mercy. If you want us to incriminate ourselves in any other way, we are ready.
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Winston to O'Brien, when he and Julia try to join The Brotherhood, Part 2, Chapter 8.
You will work for a while, you will be caught, you will confess, and then you will die... There is no possibility that any perceptible change will happen within our own lifetime. We are the dead.
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O'Brien explains the Brotherhood to Winston and Julia, Part 2, Chapter 8.
Doublethink means the power of holding two contradictory beliefs in one's mind simultaneously, and accepting both of them.
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Winston reading from Emmanuel Goldstein's book, Part 2, Chapter 9.
The essential act of the Party is to use conscious deception while retaining the firmness of purpose that goes with complete honesty.
1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four)
From Emmanuel Goldstein's book, Part 2, Chapter 9.
Everywhere stood the same solid unconquerable figure, made monstrous by work and childbearing, toiling from birth to death and still singing.
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Part 2, Chapter 10.
It was more natural to exist from moment to moment, accepting another ten minutes' life even with the certainty that there was torture at the end of it.
1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four)
Part 3, Chapter 1.
"Do anything to me!" he yelled. "You've been starving me for weeks. Finish it off and let me die. Shoot me. Hang me. Sentence me to twenty-five years. Is there somebody else you want me to give away? Just say who it is and I'll tell you anything you want. I don't care who it is or what you do to them. I've got a wife and three children. The biggest of them isn't six years old. You can take the whole lot of them and cut their throats in front of my eyes, and I'll stand by and watch it. But not Room 101!"
1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four)
Skull-faced prisoner, Part 3, Chapter 1.
There were times when it went on and on until the cruel, wicked, unforgivable thing seemed to him not that the guards continued to beat him but that he could not force himself into losing consciousness.
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Interrogation and torture of Winston in Ministry of Love, Part 3, Chapter 2.
"I am taking trouble with you, Winston," he said, "because you are worth trouble. You know perfectly well what is the matter with you. You have known it for years, though you have fought against the knowledge. You are mentally deranged. You suffer from a defective memory. You are unable to remember real events and you persuade yourself that you remember other events which never happened. Fortunately it is curable. You have never cured yourself of it, because you did not choose to. There was a small effort of the will that you were not ready to make. Even now, I am well aware, you are clinging to your disease under the impression that it is a virtue. Now we will take an example. At this moment, which power is Oceania at war with?"
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Torturer O'Brien to Winston, Part 3, Chapter 2.
The old feeling, that at bottom it did not matter whether O'Brien was a friend or an enemy, had come back. O'Brien was a person who could be talked to ... O'Brien had tortured him to the edge of lunacy, and in a little while, it was certain, he would send him to his death. It made no difference.
1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four)
Winston's feelings after torture by O'Brien, Part 3, Chapter 2.
There was nothing left in them except sorrow for what they had done, and love of Big Brother. It was touching to see how they loved him. They begged to be shot quickly, so that they could die while their minds were still clean.
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O'Brien to Winston, describing breaking down of three "traitors", Part 3, Chapter 2.
"Do you remember writing in your diary," he said, "that it did not matter whether I was a friend or an enemy, since I was at least a person who understood you and could be talked to? You were right. I enjoy talking to you. Your mind appeals to me. It resembles my own mind except that you happen to be insane."
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O'Brien to Winston, Part 3, Chapter 2.
We control matter because we control the mind. Reality is inside the skull.
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O'Brien to Winston, Part 3, Chapter 3.
Power is not a means, it is an end. One does not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a revolution; one makes the revolution in order to establish the dictatorship.
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O'Brien to Winston, Part 3, Chapter 3.
If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face -- for ever.
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O'Brien to Winston, Part 3, Chapter 3.
It was like swimming against a current that swept you backwards however hard you struggled, and then suddenly deciding to turn round and go with the current instead of opposing it. Nothing had changed except your own attitude; the predestined thing happened in any case.
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Winston capitulates to his interrogators, Part 3, Chapter 4.
For the first time he perceived that if you want to keep a secret you must also hide it from yourself.
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Winston struggles to hide old feelings from Big Brother, Part 3, Chapter 4.
Do it to Julia! Do it to Julia! Not me! Julia! I don't care what you do to her. Tear her face off, strip her to the bones. Not me! Julia! Not me!l.
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Winston in Room 101, threatened with rats, Part 3, Chapter 5.
There were things, your own acts, from which you could not recover. Something was killed in your breast; burnt out, cauterized out.
1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four)
Part 3, Chapter 6.
He gazed up at the enormous face. Forty years it had taken him to learn what kind of smile was hidden beneath the dark mustache. O cruel, needless misunderstanding! O stubborn, self-willed exile from the loving breast! Two gin-scented tears trickled down the sides of his nose. But it was all right, everything was all right, the struggle was finished. He had won the victory over himself. He loved Big Brother.
1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four)
Last lines of novel, Part 3, Chapter 6.
The purpose of Newspeak was not only to provide a medium of expression for the world-view and mental habits proper to the devotees of Ingsoc, but to make all other modes of thought impossible.
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Appendix.
More Nineteen Eighty-Four quotes 1984 Part 1, Chapter 1- Part 2, Chapter 4



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