Why does Orwell present the book in this way I stead of paraphrasing it or treating it as another appendix

when Winston finally gets to read the book by Emmanuel Goldstein, he reads part of chapter 1 and then reads chapter 3. Later when he is with Julia, he starts reading chapter 1 aloud to her. We read along with him

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Orwell wanted to outline Socialist thought in a detail that can't be paraphrased. He wants to juxtapose Goldstein's philosophy with the reality of the party.