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Winston buys a diary from a prole's shop. If the Thought Police discover it or his rebellious thoughts about the party, he could be put to death.
Winston hides from the telescreen in a corner of his room where he writes his diary. Engaging in doublethink to protect himself from the Thought Police, he writes DOWN WITH BIG BROTHER unconsciously.
During the Two Minute Hate, all of the workers yell crazily against Goldstein, the Party's enemy, in the telescreens. Winston feels out of place but hides it, feeling that O'Brien is an ally.
Winston tries to get information from an elderly prole about life before the Revolution at a pub but is unable to get any answers.
When he visits Mr. Charrington's shop again, Winston buys a beautiful coral stone and is shown a room. Winston considers renting the room, which has no telescreen.
When the dark hair girl falls, Winston's tries not to seem surprised to receive a note from her, which he opens secretly in front of the tele screen. The note says "I love you" and he plans ways for them to meet again.
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