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1984 is the only book ive ever read worth reading

it's a shame how so many out there fail to see they are basically walking examples of the dystopia they are creating by being ignorant to what they are doing
Damn, just bought a physical version of 1984, just to make sure a copy survives when they cancel it.

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Both books are excellent stories, from a prescient author. Ironically, great reading during 'shelter-in-place' times.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Animal_Farm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nin...ighty-Four
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Same price at kobo [kobo.com] too.
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1984 is the only book ive ever read worth reading

it's a shame how so many out there fail to see they are basically walking examples of the dystopia they are creating by being ignorant to what they are doing
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Two really great and remarkable books.
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I remember in school being told Orwell wrote Animal Farm against communism, but later on learned he was an outspoken socialist which I thought seemed contradictory at the time. Later on I learned Animal Farm & 1984 was a commentary against the dangers of totalitarianism, which can apply on the far right or far left spectrum.
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World and especially children should read these books.
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Timely
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Oh the irony, haha LMAO
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World and especially children should read these books.
No child should read 1984, IMHO. Unless you think sex, torture, and general psychological angst make good bedtime stories.

A mature child could read Animal Farm, though it is quite depressing in its own right.

Definitely agree that all adults should read these novels. That said, it is remarkable how many people claim or pretend to have read them, while simultaneously seeming to ignore every warning they give, or thinking the "bad guys" are someone other than their own kind.
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Homage to Catalonia explains a lot of his first hand experiences in the Spanish Civil War that shaped his political and social outlook. Worth a look if you're interested.

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I remember in school being told Orwell wrote Animal Farm against communism, but later on learned he was an outspoken socialist which I thought seemed contradictory at the time. Later on I learned Animal Farm & 1984 was a commentary against the dangers of totalitarianism, which can apply on the far right or far left spectrum.
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Damn, just bought a physical version of 1984, just to make sure a copy survives when they cancel it.
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No child should read 1984, IMHO. Unless you think sex, torture, and general psychological angst make good bedtime stories.

A mature child could read Animal Farm, though it is quite depressing in its own right.

Definitely agree that all adults should read these novels. That said, it is remarkable how many people claim or pretend to have read them, while simultaneously seeming to ignore every warning they give, or thinking the "bad guys" are someone other than their own kind.
Well... I'd like to show you a thing called YouTube, Instagram, and video games if you're worried bout a book.
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