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If you are interested in a book written in the 40's trying to describe what the future is like, George Orwell's 1984 is the book for you. The main character is living in the year 1984 in the city of Oceania. The government of Oceania rules all parts of every citizen's lives...
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If you are interested in a book written in the 40's trying to describe what the future is like, George Orwell's 1984 is the book for you. The main character is living in the year 1984 in the city of Oceania. The government of Oceania rules all parts of every citizen's lives...
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