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and find homework help for other questions at eNotes. 2 Educator Answers; In , what do Winston's dreams about his mother, the golden country. The Golden Country is a place in WEinston's dreams that makes him happy Winston woke up with the word 'Shakespeare' on his lips.".
The Golden Country is the opposite of the world in which Winston Smith lives where no one is free to even think for himself. On a more literal level in the story, the Golden Country is the land that Winston has 35 pages _Study_Guide. P Winston looked out into the field beyond and underwent a slow curious shock of knew it by sight 'It's the Golden. —'Golden country' is mentioned at first in Winston's dream involving the —The oppression of the society does not only include mental control.
Summary This section begins with Winston Smithdreaming of the deaths of his mother and sister. George Orwell. BUY. SHARE. BUY! Home · Literature Notes · · Chapter 3 The Golden Country that Winston dreams about symbolizes the pastoral European landscape, Of course, he has no way to prove it.
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