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Rebelión En La Granja ;1984

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1984 se desarrolla en el superestado de Oceanía, el cual está gobernado por el Ingsoc. Casi toda la población ha perdido los sentimientos y valores tradicionales. La gente ya no se estremece al ver ahorcar a un hombre, es más, lo disfrutan. Los niños son educados con el odio para que sientan odio.
El Partido sabe que eliminando los sentimientos de afecto entre las personas
366 pages
Published 1999 by Porrúa (first published 1950)
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Maria Stancheva
Jan 23, 2014 Maria Stancheva rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
За "1984"
Отдавна не съм давала 5 звезди на чисто художествена литература, но книгата е прекрасна.
Започнах я с доза скептицизъм, тъй като очаквах да не ми хареса, точно защото е хвалена отвсякъде, а аз съм се научила да имам едно наум за такива книги.
Каква беше моята изненада, когато установих, че книгата е умна,с кратки изречения,носещи максимален ефект и гениален подбор на думи. Думите, те правят красотата на тази книга. Авторът ги използва като инструменти, като една дума на едно място може
Oct 21, 2011 Mariel added it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: m.d.
Recommended to Mariel by: witches saw the future
Celebrity Death Match tournament versus Macbeth.
In a galaxy that's this one and today only most people don't realize it because it scrolls on the screen in teeny tiny neon green letters with a sterile surgical instrumental backdrop. Or CNN. Once upon a time that's today. There was a MAN and a Big Brother and they were one and the same. What about the sisters?
"You could be big brother, you know. People always ask who the MAN is supposed to be. You're a man, aren't you? Although it has been some t
Taymara Stephania  Jagmohan
I have finished only Animal Farm, and this book is most certainly a single chapter of good, gracious continental life. It's wonderful. I did read this paragon when I was 13, and now I have grown, but this book remained my personified retinue. It's beautiful.

Animal Farm is based on the tropics of hard-working animals, governed by the tyranny stimulated by (Napolean and Snowball) -
I cannot give an explanation or a review for this book, because it is too graceful. It makes you feel the need to eat
Chad Warner
Mar 19, 2016 Chad Warner rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: fiction
These are Orwell's most famous books. Both are dystopian tales of the dangers of a totalitarian government.

Similarities between the books:
The government knows best.
The intelligentsia seize power.
The naive proletariat are oppressed and kept ignorant.
The government bends or breaks its own rules for its benefit.
The government uses propaganda to keep the proletariat in check.
The government rewrites history to prove that it's correct and that life is better with the government than it was before the
Sep 12, 2015 kian rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
باكسر از حرف ت جلوتر نرفت. با سم بزرگش روي خاك الف ب پ ت را رسم ميكرد و بعد با گوش خوابيده به حروف خيره ميشد،گاهي كاكلش را تكان ميداد و با تمام نيرو سعي ميكرد حروف بعدي را به خاطر آورد ولي توفيق نمييافت.چند بار ج چ ح خ را هم ياد گرفت ولي هربار كه آنها را بهياد داشت متوجه ميشد كه الف و ب و پ و ت را فراموش كرده است.بالاخره مصمم شد كه به همان چهار حرف اول قناعت كند..... ساير حيوانات مزرعه از حرف الف جلوتر نرفتند و همچنين كاشف به عمل آمد كه حيوانات كودن،مانند گوسفندان،مرغان و اردكها قادر به از بر كر ...more
Markus Molina
May 13, 2013 Markus Molina rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I love 1984, I love Animal Farm, and I love George Orwell. There is so much wisdom and depth to these two stories and there is so much that has been written or said about them, it would be a struggle to review them without subconsciously regurgitating all the good things I've heard. I just feel like both of these stories, and especially 1984 should be read by everyone. I believe it helps you appreciate what you got and to question everything you hear. I believe they are some of the most thought ...more
Farnoosh Brock
Apr 13, 2015 Farnoosh Brock rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: classics
You Must Read Animal Farm. That's the brief version of my review.

Eric Arthur Blair, or George Orwell as the world knows him, is a genius at describing fear, terror, doubt, uncertainty, mischief, evil, and hopelessness. The writing is beyond exquisite, even if the topic is morose. Such a loss to the world that Mr. Orwell died when he was just 46 years old. The unwritten works that he never wrote, the works that would have enriched our world and weren't meant to be. In Animal Farm, much like 1984,
Dylan Mcintosh
May 29, 2011 Dylan Mcintosh rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I read Animal Farm once a decade. It is a quick read that constantly reminds me that I need to keep the blinders off and not take everything for granted.

I have a strange desire for bacon for some reason.
Feb 26, 2009 Jongalt rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Its quite unique how he portrays his characters as animals. And its often hilarious. But once again...hes a socialist...this is what he wants...why does he trash it here but fight for it in real life? But I have to thank him just like I did for 1984 for making a great book explaining the pitfalls of socialism.

Storyline is funny yet serious.
You hate pigs more after your done.
You realize that George Orwell is a hypocrite.
Read it and feel great we aren't to this point...yet.
Animal Farm is reviewed here:

1984 - a terrifying look into the future that seems more possible with each passing day. The writing still stands up, and though 1984 is long in the past, and we still aren't quite living the the horrid oligarchy of Engsoc - we have traveled too far down the path for comfort. I'm pinning my hopes on the proletariat, and hoping I'm not wrong.
Aug 25, 2015 Melody rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: own
I have finally read 1984. It just took me a few years to pick it up. My rating is leaning more toward 3.5 more than 3.

I enjoyed the book. I really don't know how to express my feelings about it yet. But I did enjoyed it.
Nov 29, 2015 Leonard rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
“All animals are equal but some animals are more equal than others.”

Joseph Stalin
Joseph Stalin

In Animal Farm George Orwell reenacted the Russian Revolution and its aftermath, Major, Napoleon, Snowball, Jones, and Frederick incarnating Lenin, Stalin, Trotsky, Tsar Nicolas II and Hitler. But through the fable, Orwell critiques not only communism but also any corruption of power, leaders highlighting real or imagined threats to instill fear in followers and solidify power.

Leon Trotsky
Leon Trotsky

As often repeated through
Feb 07, 2013 Shaun rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This collection contains two of Orwell's greatest works that most certainly complement each other and are thus worth reading together. Yet because I wrote a separate review for Animal Farm, I will stick to 1984 in this review.

Not only can Orwell write with the best of them, but his philosophical and intellectual insights are notable. A story about one man's ultimately futile resistance against a powerful and totalitarian regime, 1984 illustrates how absolute power corrupts absolutely.

I think wh
Jun 26, 2015 Տիրան rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Շատ լավն էր դրսից նայողի համար, բայց մակերեսային՝ ներսից տեսնողի համար, իմ կարծիքով:
Amy Chase
I was a bit disappointed when I started reading the book because it was boring.But the more I read ,I got into this book because of its humor and politics.

Animal Farm is a book about animals rebelling against their owner,Mr Jones,in the Manor farm.However,when the animal's leader,pigs, kick Jones out of the picture,they became the master of other animals and they became greedy and selfish.When the pigs became the master they changed the farm name ,tried to imitate human beings,they tried to walk
Larry Bassett
What was George Orwell saying to his readers of the eighty-four pages of Animal Farm in 1945?
The animals huddled about Clover, not speaking. The knoll where they were lying gave them a wide prospect across the countryside. Most of Animal Farm was within their view – the long pasture stretching down to the main road, the hayfield, the spinney, the drinking pool, the ploughed fields where the young wheat was thick and green, and the red roofs of the farm buildings with the smoke curling from the
Mar 01, 2008 Hillary rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Apr 01, 2015 Marie-Claude rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I had read parts of those two books, but I don't remember having ever read either from cover to cover. I don't know why exactly I never felt like reading them before. Most probably because they have become classics to the extent where one cannot help but knowing way too much about the books before even having opened them once.

The ending left me discouraged though. It seems hopeless. It's a fiction, but I'm not sure that reality isn't as disappointing as his imagined world, when it comes to peopl
Logan Barnett
May 06, 2014 Logan Barnett rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
1) I decided to read this book because many years ago, at primary school to be precise, I watched the movie version of the book. This made me really want to read the book, however, I have never managed to find the time! It was also recommended to me by my sister of whom has a great relationship with animals.
2) Favorite character? Hmm... This is a hard question to answer, for I formed relationships with nearly all of the animals. (yes, even some of the Pigs) However, if I was forced into choosing
Feb 26, 2016 Moses rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
At first I had thought this book was a boring, communist-idea filled piece of boredom. However, it soon became one of my favorite animal classics. Just like the title suggests, this book is purely focused on the lives of animals. If you had every wondered what a world ruled by animals would turn out to be like, then this book is a must read classic. The author manages to illustrate the situation so clearly that it almost seems as if the story could actually happen. The way the condition of the a ...more
Matt Striplin
I thought that the ending would be a lot different, but it was kind of disappointing.
Cori M
Oct 02, 2014 Cori M rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The book "Animal Farm" slowly draws you in. The beginning is a bit slow... but once you read further you can't put the book down. I love how this book shows communism in a different way, and how the author reveals it. I have to admit that the transitions are a bit hard to understand. After every chapter something new will take place and make you wonder if you skipped out on any extra information or you have some pages stuck together. I love how the animals take on human characteristics and go th ...more
Zachary Maynard
Oct 12, 2015 Zachary Maynard rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Animal farm is a book by George Orwell about communist Russia and the problems with it. The 1949 Orwell is knew what was up with communism. When the world was thinking to adopt the communist states ideas and government style, Orwell knew that it was a bad idea. The farm is owned by an abusive that these magically talking animals take over a farm and turn it into their own. The animals call their new farm: Animal Farm.

The main pig represents one of the communist’s leaders. Snowball was to represe
Oct 04, 2015 Adam rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
If anyone reads anything by Orwell, they read this.

These two works are really the culmination of a short but prolific publishing career for Orwell, who produced a great volume of journalism over a decade and a half in the 1930s and 1940s. In that time, he watched as Europe buckle between the twin forces of Nazi fascism and Soviet Communism. Because the Nazis were the enemy of Britain and the USSR was the tenuous ally, however, criticism of Soviet tactics and practices was highly discouraged. Thu
Apr 28, 2014 Kaira rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This review is for 1984.

The idea of everything you say and do being watched, when even language and memory is being manipulated. This book jolted me, scared me. Books like this make you think, and serve as a warning.

The story itself is good and well written. Even though practically the whole book is Winston's thoughts, the narrative feels distant. I didn't mind this, but thought I'd mention it.

The thing I didn't like about the book was the sexual content. Mostly I was still able to skim and ski
Apr 21, 2015 Kara rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: would-re-read
Animal Farm is a simple interpretation of the repercussions of Communism and Totalitarianism. It is a short novel and an easy read with allegorical concepts. Readers will find the actions of the animals awful, but the representation of Orwell's common theme in Animal Farm pales in relation to its representation in 1984. Therefore, any reader can enjoy Animal Farm and still receive the same message given in 1984 while being spared the graphic details of 1984. I wouldn't mind reading Animal Farm o ...more
Jul 05, 2016 Siobhan rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
It seems to me as though everyone read Orwell at school – everyone except me, that is. Thus, I made sure to amend such a thing.

I can safely say that I understand why these books are considered classics. They’re not my favourites in the genre, but they’re certainly above quite a few others that I have read. Neither are a full four star rating, yet both are so close that it would be an injustice to rate them otherwise.

I could sit and write a lengthy review, regarding both of them, but it’s much ea
Feb 04, 2015 Ahmad rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
ِAs if George Orwell was telling the story of Egypt after few years from now.
That was Animal Farm and 1984. Long overdue. Like most things I read the book has been on the shelve for ages. Most come and go and are entertaining enough but leave little lasting impact. I fear that, especially with 1984, that these stories will be with me forever.
1984, where to start? It is one of the cruellest novels I have read in a long time. You know as soon as the work starts that it is not going to end well. Hell, it is the entire basic premises of the story that it is not going to end
Ho Christopher
May 06, 2014 Ho Christopher rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Animal Farm is a somewhat related to 1984, but a lot shorter and maybe a more macro view of things as compared to 1984. This is a big compliments to 1984 and in my opinion, should be read first, and then follow by 1984.

Animal Farm really is the story of how communist overthrown the existing government and is finally ruled by the animals. Not long after, the animals began to see that this rule is not as fair as what they once thought were or what they had envisioned, would it be better to be rule
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Eric Arthur Blair, better known by his pen name George Orwell, was an English author and journalist. His work is marked by keen intelligence and wit, a profound awareness of social injustice, an intense opposition to totalitarianism, a passion for clarity in language, and a belief in democratic socialism.

In addition to his literary career Orwell served as a a police officer with the Indian Imperia
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“In that case the current orthodoxy happens to be challenged, and so the principle of free speech lapses. Now, when one demands liberty of speech and of the press, one is not demanding absolute liberty. There always must be, or at any rate there always will be, some degree of censorship, so long as organised societies endure. But freedom, as Rosa Luxembourg [sic] said, is ‘freedom for the other fellow’. The same principle is contained in the famous words of Voltaire: ‘I detest what you say; I will defend to the death your right to say it.’ If the intellectual liberty which without a doubt has been one of the distinguishing marks of western civilisation means anything at all, it means that everyone shall have the right to say and to print what he believes to be the truth, provided only that it does not harm the rest of the community in some quite unmistakable way.” 11 likes
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