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It is described by Orwell as a “rabbit bitten pasture with a molehill here and there, with a slow moving stream nearby,” this is clearly a stark juxtaposition of the dirty, industrial society that exists in the “real world”. This utopia exists only in Winston’s subconscious, yet it reveals a lot about Winston...
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This utopia exists only in Winston’s subconscious, yet it reveals a lot about Winston. This “Golden Country” is what Winston is searching for, it illustrates that even though it would be nearly impossible to overthrow the party, the hope of this happening still lives on in his sub conscious. However, this dream is tainted by the presence of O’Brien, which makes us think that maybe this utopia is unattainable, and ultimately just a dream...
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