Part 2, Chapter 4 Questions and Answers
- Who is singing the song Winston hears through the window of the rented room above Mr. Charrington’s shop?
- What does the Music Department use to produce songs for the proles?
- Where is Winston certain he and Julia will end up before their executions?
- What does Julia bring to the rented room in her tool bag?
- What country does Julia say Oceania has recently captured?
- What does Julia say she will be instead of a Party comrade in the rented room?
- What frightens Winston in the room and reminds him of a recurring nightmare?
- What church is mentioned in the line of the old rhyme that Julia sings?
- How does Julia say she learned the rhyme?
- What does Winston imagine the paperweight represents as he gazes at it?
- The song is being sung by a prole woman hanging washing on a line in a courtyard below the window of the rented room.
- The Music Department produces songs using a machine called a versifactor.
- Winston is certain he and Julia will end up being tortured into confessing in the cellars of the Ministry of Love.
- Julia brings real coffee, tea, sugar, bread, and jam to share. She also brings makeup for herself.
- Julia says Oceania has recently captured India.
- Julia says she will be a woman instead of a Party comrade.
- Winston is frightened by a rat.
- The line of the rhyme Julia sings mentions Old Bailey.
- Julia says she learned the rhyme from her grandfather, who was vaporized when she was eight.
- Winston imagines the paperweight represents the rented room and that the coral in the center represents his life with Julia.