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What does reading the first few chapters of Goldstein's book do for Winston?


The book's information makes Winston realize that he was crazy in ever thinking that he should want to rebel against the Party and their methods.


The book allows for Winston to realize that he had the knowledge of what has been going on all of this time; now he feels inclined to do something about it.


The book creates two feelings within Winston: one of content because he realizes that this was pre-existing knowledge for him and one of longing because he now desires to know more about how the takeover would work.


Both Choices 'A' & 'C'


Both Choices 'B' & 'C'

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