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by George Orwell
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What is the glass paperweight in George Orwell's novel, ? The glass paperweight is purchased from an antiques store by the protagonist, Winston Smith. When Winston finds it, .

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The quotes below all refer to the symbol of The Glass Paperweight. For each quote, you can also see the other characters and themes related to it (each theme is indicated by its own dot and icon, like .

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Winston buys a paperweight in an antique store in the prole district that comes to symbolize his attempt to reconnect with the past. The storeowner describes it as “a beautiful little thing”(84). The glass coral paperweight that Winston purchases at Charington’s shop becomes a dominant symbol in Orwell’s The antique shop where Winston buys the paperweight is significant itself. “The choice of an antique shop where Winston bought paperweight is not accidental” (Sandon).

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The coral paperweight is something old belonging to a time before the revolution. Thus it is a tangible connection to the past which Winston craves. It also comes to symbolize the little room in which Julia and Winston think is an oasis from Big Brother and the party, a little bubble that exists on its own. The glass paperweight is an important symbol in George Orwell's These quiz questions will ask you to describe the paperweight and assess its significance to the novel. These quiz questions will ask you to describe the paperweight and assess its significance to the novel.