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Adam Farooqui made a comment on Marty’s review of 1984
1984 by George Orwell
" Brilliant. However, this is my favorite book, and i'm not about to let this go without a fight.

Yes, they were only in passion and not in love, and he
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Adam Farooqui made a comment on Syafeeq’s review of 1984
1984 by George Orwell
" I agree fully. Big Brother was a mustached-husky fellow, much like Stalin, and the citizens of Oceania referred to themselves as "comrade", straight o ...more "
Adam Farooqui made a comment on Mark’s review of 1984
1984 by George Orwell
" Excellent review. "
Adam Farooqui made a comment on Jenny’s review of 1984
1984 by George Orwell
" I think you're a little harsh on W. You can openly speak out against the war, we do have free and fair elections, and we do work with better relations ...more "
Adam Farooqui and 42 other people liked Marty's review of 1984:
1984 by George Orwell
"This is one of those books that I had always meant to read, but never got around to. Finally, one of my college classes required it, so I was happy to pick it up, though not without some reserved skepticism beforehand. I knew it was one of those b..." Read more of this review »
"Kiren-Daro pronounced himself village leader the day before. Most people were not opposed. He was a good leader, a carpenter who built strong ladders, and slew big game.

Anarud saw this as a mistake. Kiren was strong, but his kills were not due to..." Read more of this chapter »
The Spread of Nuclear Weapons by Scott D. Sagan
The Spread of Nuclear Weapons: A Debate Renewed
by Scott D. Sagan
recommended for: political scientists, political commentators, international relations geeks
read in February, 2006
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A brilliant classic on foreign policy suggestions for an increasingly nuclear world. The world will probably have more countries achieve nuclear technology, already 60 years old, around the same age as your microwave.

Would love to chat about it anyti
Druids by Morgan Llywelyn
by Morgan Llywelyn
recommended for: fantasy fans, political analysts, history bugs
read in June, 2007
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First, a masterful story, told by a masterful storyteller. I found it fascinating that the author was able to remain true to history, and left the story with a sad ending. However, she told the story well enough that I did not feel sad at the end, bu ...more
1984 by George Orwell
by George Orwell
recommended for: everyone
read in January, 2000
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The Government is to be watched and prevented from gaining too much power. Human nature is so malleable, it can believe anything with enough conditioning. Therefore, society must guard against the State brainwashing people.

This book is neither entire
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Flint (Science Fiction & Fantasy)
1 chapters   —   updated Mar 29, 2010 04:33PM
Description: A story on human nature, told through ancient men in a small village who are attacked by a well-organized nearby city.

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