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At the beginning of chapter 9, Winston is shocked at one of O'Brien's actions.

Which of the following actions is paradoxical in nature for the Inner Party to do?

A

'O'Brien had a' "...servant was a small, dark-haired man in a white jacket… expressionless face… that of Chinese…"

B

"…O'Brien passed the telescreen… pressed a switch on the wall…"

C

"…whole atmosphere… the unfamiliar scents of good food and good tobacco…"

D

"…O'Brien took the decanter by the neck and filled up the glasses with a dark-red liquid…"

E

None of the choices are correct.

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