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Essay heading: 1984 by George Orwell
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Issue: Book Reports
Written by: Andrew Sandon
Date added: July 1, 2009
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In contrast to the paperweight which symbolizes the past, Goldstein’s book symbolizes the future hopes for freedom and personal independence. Goldstein’s book describes the history and gives a theory of social classes “The Theory and Practice of Oligarchical Collectivism”. According to this book ”war is peace” (Orwell, Chapter 3, Part, I)...
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According to this book ”war is peace” (Orwell, Chapter 3, Part, I). The meaning of this book can be compared with the Bible because it promulgates new vision of the world and new values. It is a code for every revolutionist who fights for freedom and absence of the Party’s control. The phrases that “It was a book without a title” (Orwell, Chapter 1, Part I) means that everyone has to think over the history and finds his own interpretation of it, namely to create his own title of the book...
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