The Question and Answer section for 1984 is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Winston is correct. Winston knows their days are numbered while Julia feels they can keep meeting together like it is some kind of game where she can outsmart the party. Winston continually says "folly" about what they are doing. Winston is...
That would be Mr. Charrington the owner of the antique shop where Winston first buys his diary, pen, and later on a glass paperweight.