To what question of O’Brien's do both Julia and Winston respond no? What is one thing they are unwilling to do?

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Having revealed the existence of the Brotherhood, O'Brien asks Winston and Julia a long list of questions about what they are prepared to do to serve its ends and undermine the Party. The first question is whether they are prepared to give their lives—which one might have thought would render most of the other questions unnecessary, but Winston and Julia also say that they will plumb the depths of moral degradation on the Brotherhood's behalf. They will murder hundreds of innocent people, commit blackmail,...

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