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1  Abruptly his mind went back to Katharine.
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2  But curiously enough it was Katharine who refused this.
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3  As soon as she realized that they were lost Katharine became very uneasy.
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4  Katharine was a tall, fair-haired girl, very straight, with splendid movements.
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5  Simultaneously with the woman in the basement kitchen he thought of Katharine, his wife.
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6  He had never seen anything of the kind before, and he called to Katharine to come and look at it.
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7  Or Katharine would die, and by subtle manoeuvrings Winston and Julia would succeed in getting married.
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8  He told her about the frigid little ceremony that Katharine had forced him to go through on the same night every week.
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9  Even to have awakened Katharine, if he could have achieved it, would have been like a seduction, although she was his wife.
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10  No imaginable committee would ever sanction such a marriage even if Katharine, Winston's wife, could somehow have been got rid of.
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11  Katharine would unquestionably have denounced him to the Thought Police if she had not happened to be too stupid to detect the unorthodoxy of his opinions.
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12  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.
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13  She described to him, almost as though she had seen or felt it, the stiffening of Katharine's body as soon as he touched her, the way in which she still seemed to be pushing him from her with all her strength, even when her arms were clasped tightly round him.
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14  He saw himself standing there in the dim lamplight, with the smell of bugs and cheap scent in his nostrils, and in his heart a feeling of defeat and resentment which even at that moment was mixed up with the thought of Katharine's white body, frozen for ever by the hypnotic power of the Party.
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