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The heretical thought would be unpunished, unrepented, out of their reach for ever. To die hating them, that was freedom. Orwell’s word choice helps the reader to understand why a totalitarian government is something we should be of. The tone of the book is tense, depressing, and paranoid. No one ever feels at ease in the book...
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No one ever feels at ease in the book. Winston works for the Ministry of Truth, altering official documents so that the documents correspond to the Party’s account of history. The Party is the totalitarian government that rules over all of Oceania, one of the three remaining countries. One day Winston is writing in his diary and finds himself inadvertently writing things that are prohibited...
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