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1984 is told in the third-person limited point of view through the perspective of Winston Smith.
Orwell's novel 1984 is told primarily in the past tense.
Orwell planned to call his novel The Last Man in Europe, but the publisher wanted a title symbolizing the future. Orwell chose 1984, possibly reversing the last two digits of 1948, the year he wrote the book.
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