Why Does Winston So Drawn To The Carrel In The Paper Weight Room?

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1984 Socratic Seminar Why do you think Winston is so drawn to the carrel in the paper weight room? Its his little space, the only ting that he could feel free and now that its broken he no longer has this feeling. It had great meaning until it broke. Paperweight is what keeps history together until it breaks. It may mean paper is the people and the paper weight is big brother and how he presses on them. The paperweight is room he was in …. Page 154. Represented beauty he is drawn to the carrel as he is drawn to Julia. Do you consider this state that Winston had with Obrien when he was tortured do you consider it as re-birth or brainwashing? Starts out as brainwashing then as putting education. One was he was becoming personal next he

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