1 Julia was twenty-six years old.
2 'We can come here once again,' said Julia.
3 Winston and Julia clung together, fascinated.
4 'Our duty to the Party,' said Julia promptly.
5 'We're not dead yet,' said Julia prosaically.
6 With Julia, everything came back to her own sexuality.
7 Julia, in any case, seldom had an evening completely free.
8 Outside the clearing, Julia said, it was better to go quietly.
9 When he suggested it to Julia she had agreed with unexpected readiness.
10 Suddenly he became aware of Julia's face a few centimetres from his own, deathly white, as white as chalk.
11 He and Julia had spoken only in low whispers, and it would not pick up what they had said, but it would pick up the thrush.
12 He began telling Julia of something that had happened, or rather had failed to happen, on another sweltering summer afternoon, eleven years ago.
13 Winston's working week was sixty hours, Julia's was even longer, and their free days varied according to the pressure of work and did not often coincide.
14 With Julia he felt no difficulty in talking about such things: Katharine, in any case, had long ceased to be a painful memory and became merely a distasteful one.
15 Julia, however, seemed unable to mention the Party, and especially the Inner Party, without using the kind of words that you saw chalked up in dripping alley-ways.
16 That was in another hiding-place known to Julia, the belfry of a ruinous church in an almost-deserted stretch of country where an atomic bomb had fallen thirty years earlier.
17 As usual, Winston hardly looked at Julia as they drifted towards one another in the crowd, but from the short glance he gave her it seemed to him that she was paler than usual.
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