What is the reason for O'Briens encounter with Winston?
Winston has always had a strange feeling about O'Brien, that he secretly hates the Party as much as Winston himself does, and speculates that he might be part of an underground rebel movement known only as 'The Brotherhood'. Winston thinks maybe O'Brien is covertly inviting him to join The Brotherhood.
What does O'Brien do that shocks Winston and Julia?
Inside his sumptuous apartment, O'Brien shocks Winston by turning off the telescreen. Believing that he is free of the Party's observation, Winston boldly declares that he and Julia are enemies of the Party and wish to join the Brotherhood. As Winston leaves, O'Brien turns on the telescreen and returns to his work.
Why do Winston and Julia visit O'Brien at his apartment and how does O'Brien test them?
Why do Winston and Julia visit O'Brien at his apartment and how does O'Brien test them? They believe they will be joining the Brotherhood. He also is able to recite the rhyme for Winston, which Winston perceives to be the secret handshake of the Brotherhood.
What message did Julia give to Winston? She gave him a note saying I Love You.
What conclusions can you draw about O'Brien and the Inner Party from the apartment? Members of the Inner Party enjoy many more material luxuries than either the Outer Party or the proles do, but they still live under constant surveillance and don't enjoy the same human rights and personal freedoms as the proles.
What do Winston and Julia decide is the wisest course of action to avoid being captured by the party? Leave the room above Mr. Charrington's shop forever.
How does O'Brien try to flatter Winston? A. O'Brien says that Winston writes Newspeak elegantly. O'Brien compliments Winston's willingness to join the Brotherhood.
The irony of this first encounter is based around the fact that whilst O'Brien is pretending to be a member of the Brotherhood who initiates new members into resisting the Party and Big Brother, he is precisely the opposite.
O'Brien alludes to Syme and tells Winston that he can see a Newspeak dictionary if he will come to O'Brien's house one evening.
Summary: Chapter II
As O'Brien increases the pain, Winston agrees to accept that O'Brien is holding up five fingers, though he knows that O'Brien is actually holding up only four—he agrees that anything O'Brien wants him to believe is true. O'Brien offers to answer his questions, and Winston asks about Julia.
Police break in to the apartment and arrest Winston and Julia. As they are taken out Winston realizes that he has been betrayed by Charrington. "Soldiers intrude and one smashes the paperweight. Someone kicks Winston as he sees Julia double over in pain when she is punched.
Winston and Julia feel so strongly in their hatred of Big Brother and the Party that they are willing to do anything to help the Brotherhood, with one exception: they refuse to never see each other again.
What does Julia bring to their meeting? She brings luxuries that only the Inner Party members have: real coffee, sugar, and milk. She also brings and puts on makeup and perfume that she got from a prole store. 14.
Alone in the countryside, Winston and Julia make love and begin their allegiance against the Party and Big Brother. Winston is able to secure a room above a shop where he and Julia can go for their romantic trysts.