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This book is a pretty easy read and it really gets you thinking about some things.
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.
George Orwell was a very political writer in books such as '1984' and, this book, 'Animal Farm.'
I first read this book in 10th grade, and I have read it about once every 5 years since. Very eery and telling of our culture that we are so willing to give up our personal... Read morePublished 1 hour ago by Wes G.
Chilling book about justification of totalitarian governmental rule. Always wanted to read it as a kid, finally did. I would recommend it.Published 5 hours ago by Paul Brumana
I first read 1984 and became a fan of Orwell and after reading this my respect for him has deepened. Unarguably one of the best works I've ever read. Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Pranav
Much more detailed and interesting than any of the movie versions I've seen...a "must read!" I loved it.Published 23 hours ago by Kenneth E. Moskwa
1984 has been a classic of English literature for many years. It takes the reader on a displeasing trip into a horrifying future. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Jack
George Orwell has such an amazing vision and detailed concept of an imagined future that has come true in so many ways and is still true today.Published 2 days ago by Ruth Ravve