1984 Book Comparison

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1984 and WE, can be consider as “the two permanent novels”; these books, after passing many years of their writing, are read by all the range of age, from a juvenile to an aged person, from the East to the West, in communism and socialism countries. In fact, the themes of these novels are interesting not only for people of that era, but also for all free and open-minded men in the modern world; both the themes of the novels, and the purposes of their authors never forget, and mainly reason is because of their relevant and dynamic style and structure, specially Zamyatins’ WE. In other words, as his novel had a great influence on 21st century writers, like Aldous Huxley, George Orwell, Kurt Vonnegut, and even Ayn Rand, it can be considered …show more content…

For example, 1984’s setting, Oceania, is a future metamorphosis of the British Empire __although Orwell is careful to state that, geographically, this state includes the United States of America, and also its currency is the dollar. So, it is better to know these novels, not just a futurism novel, but a super-futurism …show more content…

The gentleness, the hypocrisy, the thoughtlessness, the reverence for law and the hatred of uniforms will remain, along with the suet puddings and the misty skies. It needs some very great disaster, such as prolonged subjugation by a foreign enemy, to destroy a national culture. The Stock Exchange will be pulled down, the horse plough will give way to the tractor, the country houses will be turned into children's holiday camps, the Eton and Harrow match will be forgotten, but England will still be England, an everlasting animal stretching into the future and the past, and, like all living things, having the power to change out of recognition and yet remain the same. (“George Orwell England Your

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