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Nineteen eighty-four / George Orwell

By: Publication details: Camberwell, Vic : Penguin Books, 2005 Description: 326 pISBN:
  • 9780141187761
Other title:
  • 1984
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Summary: A novel about life in a fictional, future authoritarian regime as lived by Winston Smith, an intellectual worker at the Ministry of Truth. Winston is degraded and psychologically tortured after he is arrested by the Thought Police under the instruction of the totalitarian government of Oceania, in the year 1984.
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A novel about life in a fictional, future authoritarian regime as lived by Winston Smith, an intellectual worker at the Ministry of Truth. Winston is degraded and psychologically tortured after he is arrested by the Thought Police under the instruction of the totalitarian government of Oceania, in the year 1984.

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