2014
DOI: 10.17265/2159-5836/2014.10.003
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Louai T. ABU Lebdeh, Amaal Al Masri

Abstract: This study seeks to establish the major relevance of the ironic vision embodied in the narrative structure in George Orwell's early novel Nineteen Eighty-Four. After providing a comprehensive satisfying examination of the cultural phenomenon that goes by the name of "Modernism", the world in which the young George Orwell began his literary career; the study will present a critical analyses exploring Orwell's novel concerning the past-war ironic dystopian vision, with special reference to his experiment with …

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