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There are three oxymorons in "1984" by George Orwell. Freedom=slavery, war=love, and ignorance=strength. What do they mean?

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Answered Oct 18History
Ciara Daniels3+ years teaching Maths

oxymorons are phrases which might be opposites sort of, its a word that contradicts its self, for example, an oxymoron is pronouncing like that's a dumb clever person or icy hot. Freedom is completely the opposite of slavery so if you say someone is an unfastened slave its an oxymoron same issue with conflict and peace you can't have a nonviolent battle and so forth, I am hoping that enables I attempted to provide an explanation for as fine as viable