What does Winston dream about in Chapter 2?
In respect to this, what does Winston dream about?
In 1984, Winston dreams about a few things. One of his dreams features a dark-haired woman running toward Winston. Winston sees it as an act of freedom and Party defiance. Also, if Winston was more of an anti-party agent, then the dream might have been about him running naked and destroying the party.
Subsequently, question is, who is at Winston's door at the beginning of Chapter 2? Summary and Analysis Part 1: Chapter 2 The knock at the door is Winston's neighbor, Mrs. Parsons, who asks him to unclog her sink because her husband, Tom Parsons, who works with Winston in the Ministry of Truth, is not home.
Similarly one may ask, what does Winston dream about in Chapter 3?
Chapter 3 begins with Winston dreaming about his mother holding his little sister, sinking in a ship. Winston feels guilty because he feels they had to die so he could survive. Still asleep, Winston then goes to the dreamland he calls the Golden Country.
What is Winston's dream about his mother and how does it make him feel?
It is about her dying and sacrificing her life for him because she loves him. What does Winston feel about himself in the dream about his mother? Winston feels sad and selfish because he didn't show her love in return because he was too young to know better.