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Ever looked outside the window and seen a dove A white dove in particular The white dove in the dictionary is defined as a small wild pegion however the symbolic view of a white dove is the opposite of the dictionary A white dove symbolizes innocence purity hope and peace Authors use symbolism in books in order to draw the reader deeper in to the meaning In 1984George Orwell uses symbols to create a larger more universal experience of life In the novel the coral paperweight places emphasis that Winston and Julia are as one the Golden Country symbolizes the perfect place a type of fairy land and the nursery rhymes symbolically represent freedom The first symbol that is presented in 1984 is the coral paperweight Winston buys the paperweight in an old junk shop The paperweight represents the fragile world that Winston and Julia have created for each other The coral inside the paperweight is Winston and Julia On page 154 it states The coral was Julias life and his own fixed in a sort of eternity in the heart of the crystal Julia was someone who Winston could share his private emotions with When they were together it created a small world of feeling for themselves for a short period of time before they are betrayed On page 152 its states It is a little chunk of history that they have forgotten to alter This line expresses that their love can never be altered no matter how much they try to change it because in their minds it will exist The second symbol presented was the Golden Country The Golden Country stands for the old European pastoral landscape The place where Winston and Julia meet
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