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George Orwell was a very political writer in books such as '1984' and, this book, 'Animal Farm.'
Winston's dismal observations about human nature are accompanied by the hope that good will triumph over evil; a hope that Orwell does not appear to share.
I found the book very interesting it was a quick read and really made you think about the world we live in.
Classic book written as a social blueprint for the future. Tale of a big scary lying government who intrudes into every aspect of peoples lives. Sound Familiar?Published 46 minutes ago by telling the truth
I first read this book in the 1970s and I really did not get it at the time. The world was much different and I guess I could not see it ever getting to the point that there was... Read morePublished 2 hours ago by JBB1
George Orwell depicted the political and business scene back in the 1940's, and seems not a lot has changed since then!!! Read more
Right on the painful mark Mr. Huxley. I wish that I had paid attention more closely when I was in High School. Read morePublished 23 hours ago by John (Jack) D. Tobin
Perhaps the best dystopian novel ever written. Depressing in an extreme way, but effective because of it. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Ronald Jones
Orwell's 1984 is a brilliant (although very bleak) novel which depicts a totalitarian future. All activities and thoughts are being watched by the government ("Big... Read morePublished 2 days ago by RJ Stokely