From 1984 by george orwell: discuss the significance and nature of winston's dreams. deconstruct the dream wherein o'brien claims that they "shall meet in a place where there is no darkness" ( 22), and the dream in which winston's mother and sister disappear (26). what are the underpinnings of these dreams? what deeper meanings do they hold? why might the author devote as much time as he does to winston's dreams?
“while this country can not dictate to the government of singapore,no one should fail to exhort it to behave mercifully.”both dictate and exhort have to do with telling another person or group what to do.what shades of meaning distinguish the two words as used in this sentence?