Nineteen Eighty-Four/Part 1/Chapter 6

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Winston again wrote in his diary. About three years ago, he had went to a prostitute, which was a moderate offense. While writing, he stops many times to hold in his anger towards his memory and to think about his relationship with his wife who he had not seen for a decade. Katherine wanted to have children as her "duty to the party", yet sex with her was awkward for Winston.