Summary. The appendix to 1984 is Orwell's explanation of Oceania's official language, Newspeak, of which there are many examples throughout the text, such as doublethink and duckspeak, and discusses the purpose for its conception. Newspeak consists of the A vocabulary, the B vocabulary, and the C vocabulary. The A vocabulary consists of words needed for everyday life and words that already.
In conclusion, 1984 by George Orwell can be interpreted very differently by two different individuals, namely when analyzed through the Marxist and feminist literary lens. Depending on which literary criticism is being used, the messages acquired by the readers can be substantially different.