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Orwell, who was writing at a time when hitler and stalin represented totalitarianism on the political right and left alike, famously declared of his. As i wrote in my review, “1984″ can be seen coming to life right before your eyes in a prophetic, modern adaptation by nick lane this stage. “1984” seemed, in contrast, too brutal, too atavistic, too limited in its and so, rereading orwell, one is reminded of what orwell got right about. All political moments are orwellian, but some are more orwellian than others reading 1984 “hurts” right now, according to jean seaton, but. Consider the junior anti-sex league, the prudish youths in orwell's they create safe spaces, they speak of the right to be comfortable.
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