Help.. questions about the book 1984?

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Ch1 -what is the caption on the poster in winstons building -what are the parties three slogans -what is the purpose of the Two Minutes of Hate Ch2 -what game are the more
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The purpose of the Two Minutes of Hate is to instill a common hatred for Emmanuel Goldstein and associate his image and name with hateful sounds and images so that a common hatred can be built and no defections to the party will arise.

“War is Peace” and such.

The government of Oceania is oxymoronic. To keep peace they believe they need war so their ministry of peace deals with war and that alone. The ministry of truth deals with areas where truth can be skewed to the governments favor. The other two government areas, ministry of love and plenty, have similar oxymoronic features. The government is very secretive and paranoid of its people, as well.

Winston thinks when he sees the dark-haired girl outside the shop that she was spying on him.

Winston discovers at Mr. Charrington’s shop that Victory Square, where he lives, use to be Saint Martin’s church.

Winston keeps a diary to communicate with the future in hopes that they will listen to him and make a change, if they are different from his time.

The philosophy of the Party that is revealed through the conversation with Winston and Syme is that the Party’s goal is to simplify the language to the basic roots and prefixes so that that individual thought and the people that say what should be unsaid are no more.

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  • jonmcn49 answered 8 years ago
    You ask a lot. The Parties three slogans;

    Freedom is slavery
    War is peace
    Ignorance is strength
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  • Crazy answered 8 years ago
    I have found_10_reviews for you to look at via the link below.

    These links will give you a summary of the book, character analysis, plot and much more, so that you will be able to answer literary questions. At the bottom you will find a short extract of what you can expect from these reviews.

    Dominant Philosophy

    In 1984, George Orwell warns of the terrifying dangers that man may create for himself in his quest for a utopian society. It warns that people might believe that everyone must become slaves to the government in order to have an orderly society, but at the expense of the freedom of the people.

    Good luck.

    Kevin, Liverpool, England.
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  • mike answered 8 years ago
    Do your own homework,read the book.
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  • victoria3008889 answered 8 years ago
    go to sparknotes message board and enter the book title there are alot of answers there.
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  • Countessa answered 8 years ago
    No thanks do your own homework read George Orwell book 1984. The answers are all there. Thanks for the two points lol
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