Part 2, Chapter 10 Questions and Answers
- What strikes Winston for the first time about the prole woman singing and hanging laundry in the courtyard?
- What is the one thing Winston and Julia can never do?
- What occurs to Winston about the sky and people all over the world?
- What does Winston believe must be the final message of Goldstein’s book?
- Why does Winston think the future world created by the proles will be alien to him?
- How does Winston think he and Julia can share in the future?
- Where does the “iron voice” that addresses Winston and Julia come from?
- What does the “quite different voice” that follows the iron voice say?
- What does Winston think when he sees the fragment of coral from the broken paperweight?
- What does Winston realize about Mr. Charrington?
- Winston is struck by the thought that the prole woman is beautiful.
- The one thing Winston and Julia can never do is have a child together.
- It occurs to Winston that the sky is the same all over the world, and so are people all over the world.
- Winston believes the final message of Goldstein’s book must be that the future belongs to the proles.
- Winston thinks the future will be alien to him because it will be a world of sanity and equality.
- 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.”
- The iron voice comes from the telescreen hidden behind the picture of St. Clement’s Dane.
- 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!”
- Winston thinks “how small it always was.”
- Winston realizes that Mr. Charrington is actually a member of the Thought Police.