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1984 (21,332 words)

Winston Smith lives in a society where the government controls people every second of the day. He fights this world with love. But it's dangerous: love for another person can punished by death, and Big Brother is always watching. Orwell's classic story shows that there is no freedom unless ideas and beliefs can be questioned. This is as true today as when it was written, more than fifty years ago -- P. 4 of cover.

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  • "Nineteen eighty-four"
  • "Nineteen eighty-four"@en
  • "One thousand nine hundred eighty four"

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  • "Winston Smith lives in a society where the government controls people's lives every second of the day. Alone in his small, one-room apartment, Winston dreams of a better life. Is freedom from this life of suffering possible? There must be something that the Party cannot control - something like love, perhaps? (back cover)."
  • "Winston Smith lives in a society where the government controls people every second of the day. He fights this world with love. But it's dangerous: love for another person can punished by death, and Big Brother is always watching. Orwell's classic story shows that there is no freedom unless ideas and beliefs can be questioned. This is as true today as when it was written, more than fifty years ago -- P. 4 of cover."@en
  • ""Winston Smith lives in a society where the government controls people's lives every second of the day. Alone in his small, one-room apartment, Winston dreams of a better life. Is freedom from this life of suffering possible? There must be something that the Party cannot control - something like love, perhaps?"--P. [4] of cover."
  • "Winston Smith lives in a society where the government controls people every second of the day. He fights this world with love. But it's dangerous: love for another person can punished by death, and Big Brother is always watching. Orwell's classic story shows that there is no freedom unless ideas and beliefs can be questioned. This is as true today as when it was written, more than fifty years ago."
  • "Winston Smith lives in a society where the government controls people's lives every second of the day. Alone in his small, one-room apartment, Winston dreams of a better life. Is freedom from this life of suffering possible? There must be something that the Party cannot control - something like love, perhaps?"
  • "Winston Smith lives in a society where the government controls people's lives every second of the day. Alone in his small, one-room apartment, Winston dreams of a better life. Is freedom from this life of suffering possible? There must be something that the Party cannot control - something like love, perhaps?"@en

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  • "Prirejene izdaje"
  • "Juvenile works"
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  • "Belletristische Darstellung"

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  • "1984 : (21,332 words)"
  • "1984 : level 4"
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  • "1984"