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Altered Play Version Of "1984"(Book Written By George Orwell): Scene When Winston And Julia Are Captured

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The scene is set at a windy yet oddly calm morning in Oceania where Winston and Julia wake up in the apartment above Mr. Charrington's antique shop.Julia: Winston are you awake?Winston: I am now.Julia: Does anything seem weird to youWinston: nothing out of the ordinary routineJulia: What does that meanWinston: I still think that we are dead but that is nothing out of the ordinary and nothing new seems to have happenedJulia: I just have this strange ...view middle of the document...

Clements just movedJulia: So, we're about to be captured and you worry about a stupid pictureWinston: There is a telescreen behind itJulia: They have been watching us the whole timeWinston: DuhJulia: When will they come?Winston: It's only a matter of time before they come barging in hereJulia: We knew this day would comeWinston: but, know it is official that we will be dead soonTelescreen: Now you are deadAs Julia and Winston turn soldiers suddenly come barging through the windows and the door to take them prisoner.Winston: I will never give in to the partySoldier: I'll just have to shoot herJulia: I've been hit (she's now dead)Winston: noooooooooooooSoldier: you will give in to the partyWinston: neverSoldier: your coming anywayWinston: The brotherhood will help meSoldier: Ignorance is Strength

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