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1984. New York: Signet Classic, 1949.
George Orwell: A Life. Boston: Little, Brown, 1980.
Steinhoff, William R.
George Orwell and the Origins of 1984. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1975.
1984 Revisited: Totalitarianism in Our Century. New York: Harper Row, 1983.
Why Orwell Matters. New York: Basic Books, 2003.
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George Orwell: Into the Twenty-First Century. Boulder: Paradigm Publishers, 2004.
1984 Questions and Answers
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JAYKQUELL J #1288076
on 2/5/2023 8:52 PM
It doesn't sound like you are referring to Orwell's 1984. What legends are you referring to?
Harrison T #1284801
on 1/20/2023 3:12 AM
The common prisoners are Proles. The party does not care about Proles as long as they remain ignorant and compliant. The Party does not care if one Prole kills another prole or really any crime that a Prole might inflict on another Prole as long...
Thomas M #936247
on 1/8/2023 8:15 PM