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Paul A. Chilton
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Orwellian Language And The Media

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At a time when communication -via the media- is more pervasive and more persuasive than ever before, "Orwellian Language and the Media" reconsiders George Orwell's ideas on language in Nineteen Eighty-Four and discusses the extent to which language has been corrupted and distorted in the interests of those in power in today's Britain.
Did Orwell succeed in producing a criti
Hardcover, 127 pages
Published 1988 by Pluto Press
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