1984 by George Orwell

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March 12, 2017

 

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Orwell incorporates this symbol as an object of the past that reminds events and excites feelings. The choice of an antique shop where Winston bought paperweight is not accidental. It means that the Party cannot control memories of people, and there are some places and things important for people. “It's a little chunk of history that they've forgotten to alter...
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“It's a little chunk of history that they've forgotten to alter. It's a message from a hundred years ago, if one knew how to read it” (Orwell, Chapter 4, Part II). Orwell underlines that freedom and memories means much more than the absence of physical coercion. On an even larger scale, the paperweight can be looked upon as a sacrifice for liberty and freedom for all characters of the novel who suffered under the sinful hand of the Party...
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