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Winston finds a journal and begins writing in it in the part of his flat not directly watched by the telescreen.
Winston encounters the girl, and admits that he despises her because he is quite in love with her, but she aggressively supports the party, and is part of the anti-sex league.
I love you
We see Winston at his work, in which he speaks into a speakwrite in order alter history to favor the party's wishes.
Winston wanders through the Prole neighborhood, meets with Mr. Charrington, buys the coral paperweight and starts walking home. Suddenly, he sees the dark-haired girl and thinks about killing her to stop her from turning him into the Thought Police.
The dark-haired girl discretely passes Winston a note that says, "I love you" and he begins to plan out when he is going to meet her to talk.
Winston and the dark-haired girl meet at the Victory Square, where she tells him extremely precisely where to meet her next. She then squeezes his hand, and they both leave separately.
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