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by George Orwell

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What does O'Brien tell Winston about Goldstein's book ?

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After Julia left O’Brien’s house, O’Brien informed Winston that it was important that he and Julia frequently alter their secret meeting venues. After this, he told Winston that he would be sending him a copy of Goldstein’s book which would take a couple of days to get hold of as they were few in number. He further informed Winston that the scarcity of the book was caused by the Thought Police's efforts to wipe it out of existence but that their efforts were futile as the book was indestructible because the Brotherhood had the...

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