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What is the significance of the following quote in chapter 2?

It was easier to confess everything and implicate everybody.


Winston would rather tell the truth and obtain forgiveness for his crimes against the Party and die with a clear conscience than die guilty.


Winston realizes that the only person one can be concerned about is himself; if that means betraying comrades to save one's own life, so be it.


Winston realizes that the end is upon him and he wants to take down everyone who is as guilty as himself.


Both Choices 'A' & 'C'


Both Choices 'A' & 'B'

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