Winston, Big Brother, Julia
The Cold War polemicist's doctrine of charlemagne––otherwise a tale of treachery and torture for both the hero and the reader. Unlike many, I did not read this in my youth but, rather, much later. I found it to be a bit boring. Perhaps the extinction of the Cold War has thrown cold water all over it, extinguishing it's once roaring flames of warning about Big Brother. Who knows, as the 21st century becomes more militaristic and invasive in the surveillance of the average person's life, it might be seen as relevant again.
It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen.
He loved Big Brother.
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