- Utopia and Dystopia in George Orwell's 1984 Part II. - Mega Essays
- So Are We Living in 1984? - The New Yorker
- The Mysticism of Cruelty, by Isaac Deutscher 1955
- Betrayal in George Orwell's 1984 -
Utopia and Dystopia in George Orwell's 1984 Part II. - Mega Essays
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So Are We Living in 1984? - The New Yorker
Orwell was sure that the decline of a language had political and economic causes.
The Mysticism of Cruelty, by Isaac Deutscher 1955
Stansky believes that the increase in sales of the novel, which Orwell wrote in 1949 as a warning to the Western world about the totalitarianism of his era, is a direct response to President Trump’s efforts to manipulate facts during his first week in office.
Betrayal in George Orwell's 1984 -
Orwell created a totalitarian universe, Oceania, with its own history and inner mechanism and became so famous that it gave gay to a new term known as “Orwellian” which has come to describe actions or organizations reminiscent of the totalitarian society depicted throughout the novel.
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