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1984
By Nikki Moustaki, M.A., M.F.AIN THIS BOOK
■ Learn about the Life and Background of the Author
■ Preview an Introduction to the Novel
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■ Examine in-depth Character Analyses
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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Table of Contents iii
  • How to Use This Book vi
  • Life and Background of the Author 1
  • Introduction to the Novel 4
  • Critical Commentaries 12
  • Part One- Chapter I 13
  • Chapter II 16
  • Chapter III 18
  • Chapter IV 20
  • Chapter V 22
  • Chapters VI and VII 24
  • Chapter VIII 26
  • Part Two- Chapter I 28
  • Chapters II and III 30
  • Chapter IV 32
  • Chapters V and VI 34
  • Chapters VII and VIII 36
  • Chapters IX and X 39
  • Part Three- Chapter I 42
  • Chapters II and III 44
  • Chapters IV and V 46
  • Chapter VI 48
  • Appendix 50
  • Character Analyses 52
  • Critical Essays 57
  • CliffsNotes Review 63
  • CliffsNotes Resource Center 66
  • Index 69
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