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WAR IS PEACE. FREEDOM IS SLAVERY. IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH.
TRAITOR! I'M GOING TO REPORT YOU TO THE PARTY!
After buying his journal from the proles, he begins to write in it, apprehensive about the consequences but willing to take the risk, to keep a record of the truth. However, he struggles with content creation.
One more round! You know you can do it! Yes, you. Winston. Get your act together.
A recurring telescreen message is the slogan of the party, which is shown in the comic. Winston does not believe in that message, but he listens without betraying his emotion.
Mrs. Parson's children, Junior Spies, accuse Winston of thoughtcrime, going as far as attacking him. Winston does not reveal how annoyed he is.
In the morning, Winston performs the Physical Jerks, sets of difficult exercises of every morning. The woman on the telescreen directing the exercises tells Winston to put more effort into them, leading him to touch his toes for the first time in years.
When Winston goes for a walk in the prole streets, he thinks about how they are the one link to the past, and also envies their comparatively simpler lives despite their destitute conditions.
After getting a note from Julia, which said "I love you," they make plans to meet up at a secret location later.
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