Ingsoc by ~OpalLynn on deviantART    1984 by George Orwell is one of my favorite books. Though very dry at certain points, I love how well-written the plot line is, with the terrible message of fallen hope making me fear for my own well-being. That single, resisting inch... It can be taken away, especially when we least expect it... For Big Brother is watching...

Ingsoc by ~OpalLynn on deviantART 1984 by George Orwell is one of my favorite books. Though very dry at certain points, I love how well-written the plot line is, with the terrible message of fallen hope making me fear for my own well-being. That single, resisting inch... It can be taken away, especially when we least expect it... For Big Brother is watching...

Si quieres hacerte una idea de cómo será el futuro, imagina una bota aplastando un rostro humano incesantemente.

Si quieres hacerte una idea de cómo será el futuro, imagina una bota aplastando un rostro humano incesantemente.

1984 -Big Brother / Gran Hermano (bbc tv)

1984 -Big Brother / Gran Hermano (bbc tv)

"Quem controla o passado, controla o futuro; quem controla o presente, controla o passado", é o ditado do Ingsoc. 1984. GEORGE ORWELL

"Quem controla o passado, controla o futuro; quem controla o presente, controla o passado", é o ditado do Ingsoc. 1984. GEORGE ORWELL

In addition to the books we always need, we occasionally get requests for books that are rarely donated—and that would make a significant difference to the woman making the request. You can help by…

In addition to the books we always need, we occasionally get requests for books that are rarely donated—and that would make a significant difference to the woman making the request. You can help by…

"Do it to Julia" was said by WInston Smith, the main character in George Orwell's 'Nineteen Eighty-Four', when he was about to be tortured by rats in Room 101. Not the usual subject for cross stitch samplers.

Do it to Julia - cross stitch (George Orwell, 1984)

"Do it to Julia" was said by WInston Smith, the main character in George Orwell's 'Nineteen Eighty-Four', when he was about to be tortured by rats in Room 101. Not the usual subject for cross stitch samplers.

Orwell vai além do seu tempo ao perceber que não é só o dinheiro que valia a pena, e sim o PODER, puramente o PODER.

Orwell vai além do seu tempo ao perceber que não é só o dinheiro que valia a pena, e sim o PODER, puramente o PODER.

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