1. ^ Brown, p. xi, citing Shane, gives 1921. Russell, p. 3, dates the first draft to 1919.
  2. ^ The Ginsburg and Randall translations use the phrasing "One State". Guerney uses "The One State"—each word is capitalized. Brown uses the single word "OneState", which he calls "ugly" (p. xxv). Zilboorg uses "United State". All of these are translations of the phrase Yedinoye Gosudarstvo (Russian: Единое Государство).
  3. ^ George Orwell by Harold Bloom pg 54 Publisher: Chelsea House Pub ISBN 978-0791094280
  4. ^ Zamyatin's We: A Collection of Critical Essays by Gary Kern pgs 124, 150 Publisher: Ardis ISBN 978-0882338040
  5. ^ The Literary Underground: Writers and the Totalitarian Experience, 1900–1950 pgs 89–91 By John Hoyles Palgrave Macmillan; First Edition edition (June 15, 1991) ISBN 978-0-312-06183-8 [1]
  6. ^ Serdyukova, O.I. [О.И. Сердюкова] (2011). Проблема свободы личности в романе Э. Берджесса "Механический апельсин" [The problem of the individual freedom in E. Burgess’s novel "A Clockwork Orange"] (PDF). Вісник Харківського національного університету імені В. Н. Каразіна. Серія: Філологія [The Herald of the Karazin Kharkiv National University. Series: Philology] (in Russian) (Kharkiv) 936 (61): 144–146. 
  7. ^ Hughes, Jon (2006). Facing Modernity: Fragmentation, Culture and Identity in Joseph Roth's Writing in 1920s. London: Maney Publishing for the Modern Humanities Research Association. p. 127. ISBN 1904350372. 
  8. ^ Ginsburg trans. This term is also translated as "Well-Doer". Benefactor translates Blagodetel (Russian: Благодетель).
  9. ^ Ginsburg trans. This is also translated as "cyphers". Numbers translates nomera (Russian: номера).
  10. ^ Fifth Entry (Ginsburg translation, p. 21).
  11. ^ Randall, p. xvii.
  12. ^ Ermolaev.
  13. ^ Shane, p 12.
  14. ^ Myers.
  15. ^ "All these icebreakers were constructed in England, in Newcastle and yards nearby; there are traces of my work in every one of them, especially the Alexander Nevsky—now the Lenin;I did the preliminary design, and after that none of the vessel's drawings arrived in the workshop without having been checked and signed: 'Chief surveyor of Russian Icebreakers' Building E.Zamiatin." [The signature is written in English.] (Zamyatin ([1962]))
  16. ^ a b Gregg.
  17. ^ Constantin V. Ponomareff; Kenneth A. Bryson. The Curve of the Sacred: An Exploration of Human Spirituality. Editions Rodopi BV. ISBN 978-90-420-2031-3. 
  18. ^ Ginsburg, Introduction, p. v. The Thirtieth Entry has a similar passage.
  19. ^ "Марсов, Андрей". Academic.ru. Retrieved 1 November 2013. 
  20. ^ Orwell (1946).
  21. ^ a b Russell, p. 13.
  22. ^ "Leonard Lopate Show". WNYC. 18 August 2006.  (radio interview with We translator Natasha Randall)
  23. ^ Playboy interview with Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., July 1973.
  24. ^ Gimpelevich, Zina (1997). "‘We’ and ‘I’ in Zamyatin's We and Rand's Anthem". Germano-Slavica 10 (1): 13–23. 
  25. ^ "...Nabokov's book clearly echoes Zamyatin's We, (a book Nabokov had recently read when he was writing Invitation to a Beheading "). M. Keith Booker, The Post-utopian Imagination: American Culture in the Long 1950s. Greenwood Publishing Group, 2002 ISBN 0313321655, (p. 50).
  26. ^ Orwell (1946). Russell, p. 13.
  27. ^ Bowker (p. 340) paraphrasing Rayner Heppenstall. Bowker, Gordon (2003). Inside George Orwell: A Biography. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 0-312-23841-X. 
  28. ^ Brown trans., Introduction, p. xvi.
  29. ^ Shane, p. 140.
  30. ^ Wolfe, Tom (2001). The Right Stuff. Bantam. ISBN 0-553-38135-0.  "D-503": p. 55, 236. "it looked hopeless to try to catch up with the mighty Integral in anything that involved flights in earth orbit.": p. 215. Wolfe uses the Integral in several other passages.
  31. ^ Stenbock-Fermor.
  32. ^ Published in Diary of a Pilgrimage (and Six Essays).(full text)
  33. ^ In a translation by Zilboorg,
  34. ^ Brown translation, p. xiv. Tall notes that glasnost resulted in many other literary classics being published in the USSR during 1988–1989.
  35. ^ Tall, footnote 1.
  36. ^ "Libertarian Futurist Society: Prometheus Awards". Retrieved 22 March 2011. 
  37. ^ Wir on the Internet Movie Database
  38. ^ Article on Théâtre Deuxième Réalité and its early productions

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