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Winston thinks he understands it but miscalculates its message—as he misconstrues O’Brien and Charrington. Because he fails to grasp the pervasive power of doublethink, the basis of the system’s “controlled insanity,” he also fails to realize that “the book” portends defeat and closure, rather than eventual liberation. (“Among ourselves we call it the Book of the Dead,” O’Brien announces in the draft [Ms, 167]). O’Brien, complex as a character and theorist, exemplifies the fusion of art and politics that Orwell wanted to achieve.
20 Orwell was as thoroughly committed to “good writing” as he was to history and politics. His narrative contravenes the principles of Newspeak, extending the reader’s range of thought and experience through language that is neither as barren as his vision nor radically inconsistent with it. He renders the gritty greyness of a world that relentlessly assaults the pleasures of the senses in phrases which thrust impressions at the reader, impressions of smells and tastes and colors. Similes coexist with clinical analysis: promiscuity is both a symptom of revolt and “like the sneeze of a horse that smells bad hay” (NEF, 102).
But if tuberculosis sapped his physical strength, it did not impair the vigor of his narrative. The adjectives repeatedly invoked to describe the book—“urgent,” “haunting,” “terrifying,” “brilliant”—attest to its continuing power. Does its power stem from the fusion Orwell thought he had failed to achieve, or is it powerful despite flawed execution? These questions lead backward and forward: back to versions that precede the final draft, and forward to speculation on its status now that 1984 is past.
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