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H.D.S. Greenway

Turn the pages to 1984

By H.D.S. Greenway
May 2, 2006

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IT IS becoming increasingly depressing to reread ''1984," George Orwell's prophetic, mid-20th-century novel about what life might be like in a future where the state listens in on every conversation, in a world where prisoners had ''simply disappeared," and in which Britain and the Americas are in a state of perpetual warfare with either ''Eastasia" or ''Eurasia." Orwell didn't think ... (Full article: 756 words)

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