1984 Part 2, Chapter 10 Questions and Answers

George Orwell

Part 2, Chapter 10 Questions and Answers

Quiz Questions

  1. What strikes Winston for the first time about the prole woman singing and hanging laundry in the courtyard?
  2. What is the one thing Winston and Julia can never do?
  3. What occurs to Winston about the sky and people all over the world?
  4. What does Winston believe must be the final message of Goldstein’s book?
  5. Why does Winston think the future world created by the proles will be alien to him?
  6. How does Winston think he and Julia can share in the future?
  7. Where does the “iron voice” that addresses Winston and Julia come from?
  8. What does the “quite different voice” that follows the iron voice say?
  9. What does Winston think when he sees the fragment of coral from the broken paperweight?
  10. What does Winston realize about Mr. Charrington?

Quiz Answers

  1. Winston is struck by the thought that the prole woman is beautiful.
  2. The one thing Winston and Julia can never do is have a child together.
  3. It occurs to Winston that the sky is the same all over the world, and so are people all over the world.
  4. Winston believes the final message of Goldstein’s book must be that the future belongs to the proles.
  5. Winston thinks the future will be alien to him because it will be a world of sanity and equality.
  6. Winston thinks he and Julia can share in the future by keeping their minds alive and passing on the “secret doctrine that two and two made four.”
  7. The iron voice comes from the telescreen hidden behind the picture of St. Clement’s Dane.
  8. The different voice recites the last line of the rhyme Winston learned from Mr. Charrington: “Here comes a candle to light you to bed, here comes a chopper to chop off your head!”
  9. Winston thinks “how small it always was.”
  10. Winston realizes that Mr. Charrington is actually a member of the Thought Police.