What does Winston find interesting about the place the dark haired girl took him? What does it remind him of?
In George Orwell's novel 1984, the main character, Winston Smith, begins a sexual affair with a dark-haired woman named Julia, who had slipped him a note at work that said "I love you".
One of the first places that Smith and Julia meet is in a pasture outside of the city. As Smith walks along, he realizes that he has seen this place before: in a recurring dream. Smith calls this pastoral landscape "The Golden Country." In his dream, Smith had even imagined a girl with dark hair running toward him and tearing off her clothes.
Now, Smith's dream becomes reality. In this chapter, Smith is actually in the pasture with the dark-haired girl, who, at one point, does sweep aside her clothing and the two make love:
Their embrace had been a battle, the climax a victory. It was a blow struck against the Party. It was a political act.