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Elaine Hoffman Baruch, "The Golden Country: Sex and Love in 1984," in "1984" Revisited: Totalitarianism in Our Century, Harper & Row, 1983, pp. 47-56.

Robert Christgau, "Writing for the People," in The Village Voice, February 1, 1983, pp. 54-5.

Martin Esslin, "Television and Telescreen," in On Nineteen Eighty-Four, edited by Peter Stansky, W. H. Freeman & Co., 1983, pp. 126-38.

Irving Howe, "1984: Enigmas of Power," in 1984 Revisited: Totalitarianism in Our Century, edited by Irving Howe, Harper & Row, 1983, pp. 3-18.

Marcus Smith, "The Wall of Blackness: A Psychological Approach to 1984," in Modern Fiction Studies, Winter, 1968-69, pp. 42-33.

Ian Watt, "Winston Smith: The Last Humanist," in On Nineteen Eighty-Four, W. H. Freeman, 1983, pp. 103-13.

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