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Kim Sei-in Kim Mrs. Deetlefs English Literature 2 12 September 11 2011 Symbols and Motifs Used in the Novel 1984 George Orwell is a very well known writer, especially for his two major novels 1984 and Animal Farms. One common thing that the two novels, have is that Orwell intensely satires the social structure of communism, presenting gloomy predictions of it. However, more important than that is that Orwell uses symbolism in both novels. In this essay, I will discuss 3 different kinds of symbols and motifs: the Party?s surveillance, their mental control over people, and links to the past. First of all, Big Brother and the telescreens can be symbols and motifs for the party?s
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