Last Updated on June 7, 2022, by eNotes Editorial. Word Count: 237
- Why is the countryside dangerous even though there are no telescreens?
- How did Julia first discover her hideout?
- What does the red sash Julia wears around her waist signify?
- What does Julia take out of the pocket of her overalls?
- What does Julia say attracted her to Winston?
- What does the field at the edge of the wood remind Winston of?
- What does Winston wonder about the thrush he and Julia stop to listen to?
- What does Winston tell Julia he hates?
- What force does Winston believe has the power to destroy the Party?
- What type of act does Winston feel sleeping with Julia was?
- The countryside is dangerous because of the presence of hidden microphones and patrols who question Party members and examine their papers.
- Julia first discovered her hideout when she got lost on a community hike.
- Julia’s sash is the emblem of the Junior Anti-Sex League.
- Julia takes a bar of black-market chocolate out of the pocket of her overalls.
- Julia was attracted by something in Winston’s face that told her he was against the Party.
- The field reminds Winston of the Golden Country he sees in his dreams.
- Winston wonders why the bird sings and who it sings for.
- Winston tells Julia he hates purity and goodness.
- Winston believes that sexual desire has the power to destroy the Party.
- Winston feels that it was a political act.