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    George Orwell, you poser You punk Youthief I heard that you had read this before writing 1984 But I didn t expect Zamyatin s writing to be so superior to yours And it is It is so muchintriguing than your sterile work D 503 is so much the better character than Winston And you rob I 333 of her power and respect by demoting Julia to the role of a sexual object that stirs Winston to action Yes, D 503 is stirred to action by I 333, but she s the political activist, the intellige George Orwell, you poser You punk Youthief I heard that you had read this before writing 1984 But I didn t expect Zamyatin s writing to be so superior to yours And it is It is so muchintriguing than your sterile work D 503 is so much the better character than Winston And you rob I 333 of her power and respect by demoting Julia to the role of a sexual object that stirs Winston...


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    It s been a decade since I first read Zamyatin s masterpiece, and even though this book remains unchanged for almost a century now, the person who read it is not A decade later, I m a very different person, no longer the wide eyed undergraduate who thought she had the world all figured out Physically, I still look under twenty thanks, youthful genetics but mentally time has added a bitlife experience, an overdose of cynicism, a few collisions with the rougher edges of the universe, an It s been a decade since I first read Zamyatin s masterpiece, and even though this book remains unchanged for almost a century now, the person who read it is not A decade later, I m a very different person, no longer the wide eyed undergraduate who thought she had the world all figured out Physically, I ...


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    Let s play Guess That Groundbreaking Novel Question A party functionary who is recording his experiences in a journal lives in a future fascist society which maintains its solidarity by compulsory attendance at public events dominated by a remote, all powerful leader He meets a woman, a secret rebel who expresses her revolutionary impulses through her sexuality, and the two of them carry on an affair in room in an old house which symbolizes what life was like in the days before the new soci Let s play Guess That Groundbreaking Novel Question A party functionary who is recording his experiences in a journal lives in a future fascist society which maintains its solidarity by compulsory attendance at public events dominated by a remote, all powerful leader He meets a woman, a secret rebel who expresses her revolutionary impulses through her sexuality, and the two of them carry on an affair in room in an old house which symbolizes what life was like in the days before the new society The man becomes a revolutionary too, but still has doubts, and, after undergoing a mind violating experience, betrays his lover and the revolution too Guess that groundbreaking novel Answer George Orwell s 1984 Response Close But not exactly groundbreaking The prop...


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    We by Yevgeny Zamyatin is a must read for fans and students of the Dystopian genre Published in 1920, before Brave New World and well before 1984 which could even be considered a second generation 1984 as Orwell began his seminal work after reading a French translation of We Zamyatin s vision is well before his time Writing in response to his experiences with the Bolsheviks but without a direct link to the communists, We takes place in a post apocalyptic world where pockets of civilized hu We by Yevgeny Zamyatin is a must read for fans and students of the Dystopian genre Published in 1920, before Brave New World and well before 1984 which could even be considered a second generation 1984 as Orwell began his seminal work after reading a French translation of We Zamyatin s vision is well before his time Writing in response to his experiences with the Bolsheviks but without a direct link to the communists, We takes place in a post apocalyptic world where pockets of civilized humanity survive in a totalitarian state We, however, is not timeless as Huxley s and Orwell s works may be Perhaps some of his original meanings have been lost in the cultural and generational translations as well as from the original Russian, We can be a difficult story to follow and lacks some of the malevolent charm and suspense of therecognized works The glass house is at once a statement abou...


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    The prototype of dystopian fiction a vivisection of monolithic faith and cruelty in the name of We Dystopian science fiction never analyses the future, even though it is the supposed topic of the novel It looks at the past, and follows the road that humanity has already embarked on, to its logical next step When Zamyatin wrote We , the society he knew was rapidly changing, breaking apart, one authoritarian structure was being replaced with another, through the means of a violent clash, a The prototype of dystopian fiction a vivisection of monolithic faith and cruelty in the name of We Dystopian science fiction never analyses the future, even though it is the supposed topic of the novel It looks at the past, and follows the road that humanity has already embarked on, to its logical next step When Zamyatin wrote We , the society he knew was rapidly changing, breaking apart, one authoritarian structure was being replaced with another, through the means of a violent clash, a revolution, supported by a technological jump to modernity, delivering tools to control ideology through mass propaganda and effective weapons What triggers revolutions What makes human beings acce...


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    Thoughts If it was utterly up to me, I d actually think about classing thisas a utopia rather than a dystopia understanding that they re ultimately the same thing Living in glass houses is the most terrifying part of this novel I 330 is basically a manic pixie dream girl The commentary on the Russian Revolution and Socialism are heavy, bro Zamyatin had a FASCINATING life that very much influences this book The writing style wasn t my thing It was by no means bad, but it ju Thoughts If it was utterly up to me, I d actually think about classing thisas a utopia rather than a dystopia understanding that they re ultimately the same thing Living in glass houses is the most terrifying part of this novel I 330 is basically a manic pixie dream girl The commentary on the Russian Revolution and Socialism are heavy, bro Zamyatin had a FASCINATING life that very much influences this book The writing style wasn t ...


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    707 We, Yevgeny ZamyatinWe Russian , translit My is a dystopian novel by Russian writer Yevgeny Zamyatin, completed in 1921 The novel was first published in 1924 by E P Dutton in New York in an English translation by Gregory Zilboorg The novel describes a world of harmony and conformity within a united totalitarian state 2012 707 We, Yevgeny ZamyatinWe Russian , translit My is a dystopian novel by Russian writer Yevgeny Zamyatin, completed in 1921 The novel was ...


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    Sci fi s in my top three least favorite fiction genres However, this one is thankfully not Brave New World, has traces of madness and poetry both, and possesses the Waltmanesque quality of being organic, though the theme of Dystopian Machinery should be inevitably super structured The protagonist s POV is impressive As builder of a space ship that will provide aliens or us with an account of the glass metropolis see communism , he transitions from zombie troglodyte to someone infected wi Sci fi s in my top three least favorite fiction genres However, this one is thankfully not Brave New World, has traces of madness and poetry both, and possesses the Waltmanesque quality of being organic, though the theme of Dystopian Machinery should be inevitably super structured The protagonist s POV is impressive As builder of a space ship that will provide aliens or us with an account of the glass metropolis see communism , he transitions from zombie troglodyte to someone infected with a soul This was one of the landmark classics of science fiction, and along with the aforementioned Worl...


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    Zamyatin s theme here is the impossibility of being fully human in totalitarian society His future is not technologically superior It contains little of what we d call high tech This is still very much the age of steam The story seems both forward looking and dated, almost paradoxically so The mood it inspires is rather like that of Fritz Lang s classic Metropolis I liked that It was like finding this artefact of world lit Another piece in the long history of dystopias and one that influ Zamyatin s theme here is the impossibility of being fully human in totalitarian society His future is not technologically superior It contains little of what we d call high tech This is still very much the age of steam The story seems both forward looking and dated, almost paradoxically so The mood it inspires is rather like that of Fritz Lang s classic Metropolis I liked that It was like finding this artefact of world lit Another piece in the long history of dystopias and one that influenced George Orwell But We is worth reading forthan historical reasons In Cormac McCarthy s The Road we are in a post apocalyptic thus post technology future In We science is very much at the service of OneState Thanks to our glass, with its steel like properties, buildings are completely transparent, so one can see everything everyone else does Except during sex when one can lower one s blinds, with prior authorization of course The fictional patterning is admirable throughout,...


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