A Literary Semiotics Approach to the Semantic Universe of George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four
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Semiotics can be considered as a well-organized signification journey taken among the pages of the work of art. It requires background knowledge related to the field and its analysis tools, as well as careful reading practices in the text to reach the projected destination after stopping over in certain stations. These stations represent meaning intersections where the meaningful formations are articulated to contribute to the generation of the semantic universe of the text. The presentation of such a fictional universe can be complicated because of the nature of the literary work and the language used. With regards to Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four, what makes its fiction precious is the masterful acts of the author in both paradigmatic and syntagmatic dimensions.This book conducts a semiotic analysis in order to unfold the enigmatic semantic organization of Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four narrative by penetrating the formative structures at various meaning levels of the text.