1984 by George Orwell

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Date: July 1, 2009
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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. “Neither the Brotherhood nor the book was a subject that any ordinary Party member would mention if there was a way of avoiding it” (Orwell, Chapter 1, Part I)...
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They symbolize the present time and, to some extent, symbolize the structure of the society with the Party on the top. The pyramids are rested on a strong base, population, which is controlled by the Party, and if this strong base is shacked, the pyramids will fall in like a house of cards...
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