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Smith, his lover Julia Miller, and his torturer with the Thought Police, James O’Brien, though there are some descriptive elements from other voices for detail.

Information about by George Orwell is readily available and can be easily accessed using any search engine. I’m not quite sure exactly where I picked this piece up, though I want to say it was at the last of the fabulous Goodwill Book Sales they used to have at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds.

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Steven rated it really liked it Apr 22, This is a thought-provoking social satire. Matthew Larrey rated it it was amazing Gykrgy 02, There was a problem adding your email address.

To ask other readers questions aboutplease sign up. Told as a historical report from the future A sequel to While the IRA and terrorist organizations such as the Taliban and Al-Qaeda are sometimes compared, they share little in common.

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The Aluminists, led by Big Sister, and the Paper faction. A good knowledge of Orwell’s book is absolutely necessary, as Dalos My favorite part of the novel though has to be when oh jeez spoiler alert deuxthe Eurasian Army helps put down an Islamic uprising, and the weapons they carrying will only fire on people who aren’t smiling.

Repression is mocked as people hurriedly release emotions quite different from the feelings they expressed under Big Brother’s dictatorship. Please provide an email address. Danath01 rated it did not like it Nov 17, Ambrose rated it did not like it Feb 01, Derek Borgen rated it liked it Sep 03, The following year is told through the memoirs of three characters from the original novel, Winston Smith, Julia whatever her last name was, and some first name O’Brian Thought Police guy in the Orwell novel.

The alliance of an organization named the IRA and the Muslims caught my eye in this novel. It was first published in in English with the title: This was crazy book.

Big Sister demands the instigators be arrested by the thought police but is killed by the thought police because they fear she will cause rebellion. What a great picture, enforced outward happiness with no regard for what the person is feeling inside.

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Jack Lindgren rated it really liked it Jun 01, Not just a curiosity, is a genuine must-read for anyone who enjoyed the original work. Orientation Vertical or Horizontal 9.


Samizdat dalps to forbidden literature printed illegally without professional equpiment. Obviously, the events gyoegy this novel follow those ofa book by George Orwell. Dalos subtitled this book What Happens After Big Brother Dies, and that pretty much describes this slim volume too, though it’s not a narrative so much as it is a collection of “documents” written by gyorby protagonists of the original story, predominately: This is one that cries out to be transferred to e-reader format for a wider distribution.

While the original was a warning about the dangers of unchecked government control and historic revisionism, and a prescient look at the Soviet Union of the mid- to lateth century, the sequel by Dalos, written in Hungary inis a look at what might happen when such a totalitarian regime begins to crumble.

Anyone who has read “”. But there are subtle complications and ambiguities throughout–as well as a few absurdist gorgy and the increasingly hysterical footnotes of the author-historian suggesting that things are even worse in than then are in This is much more interesting than the Anthony Burgess book of the same title, or maybe it’s just more of what I was hoping the Burgess book would be.