1984 Point Of View Analysis

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Point of view is an essential part to any work of writing. Point of view will often illustrate an important part of the writing. In the book 1984 by George Orwell uses point of view to illustrate the idea of Winston being isolated from others because of his thoughts being so radical. Winston's thoughts are so radical from the normal thoughts that they isolate him as seen through his point of view throughout the story. One of his points of view is, “Freedom is the freedom to say that two plus two make four. If that is granted all else follows,” (Page 81). This point of view is used to set up Winston as a more intellectual who is not loyal to the party. Throughout the book we see those considered to be intellectuals but they still have a sense
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