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La romano "Mil naucent okdek kvar" de la brita autoro George Orwell (1903-1950) aperis en 1949 kaj prezentas socion samtempe utopian kaj malutopian, kiel emfazas la tradukinto, Donald Broadribb, en sia "Antauvorto": utopian, char en la kvardekaj jaroj de la 20a jarcento, la mondo de 1984 shajnis for kaj neimagebla; kaj malutopian, char ni intertempe scias el la historio, ke ekzistis kaj ekzistas fortoj, kiuj strebas al sociordoj simile radikale subpremaj kaj chionobservaj, kiajn la libro prezentas. --- En "Mil naucent okdek kvar", la mondo estas dividita inter tri supershtatoj, kiuj konstante…mehr

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La romano "Mil naucent okdek kvar" de la brita autoro George Orwell (1903-1950) aperis en 1949 kaj prezentas socion samtempe utopian kaj malutopian, kiel emfazas la tradukinto, Donald Broadribb, en sia "Antauvorto": utopian, char en la kvardekaj jaroj de la 20a jarcento, la mondo de 1984 shajnis for kaj neimagebla; kaj malutopian, char ni intertempe scias el la historio, ke ekzistis kaj ekzistas fortoj, kiuj strebas al sociordoj simile radikale subpremaj kaj chionobservaj, kiajn la libro prezentas. --- En "Mil naucent okdek kvar", la mondo estas dividita inter tri supershtatoj, kiuj konstante militas unu kontrau la alia. La romano priskribas la vivon en unu el ili, Oceanio, chefe en Flugkampo Unu (Britio) kaj ties chefa urbo, Londono. Ghi rakontas la vivon de Winston Smith, kiu shajnigas esti fidela membro de la chionreganta Partio, kaj lian vojon al ribelemo kaj sekreta amafero, same kiel ties konsekvencojn. --- Pluraj vortoj au frazoj inventitaj de Orwell por tiu chi delonge klasika romano enshtelighis en la anglan lingvon, kiel "Granda Frato rigardas vin" (Big Brother is watching you), "duoblapenso" (doublethink), "pensokrimo" (thoughtcrime) ä "Novparolo" (Newspeak). La nomo de la autoro mem rezultis en la adjektivo "Orwellian" (Orvela), kiu aludas al manipulado de la penso de la amasoj fare de autoritatoj, au al organizita sekreta observado de la vivo de homoj.
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Who Was George Orwell? George Orwell was an English novelist, essayist and critic most famous for his novels 'Animal Farm' (1945) and 'Nineteen Eighty-Four' (1949). George Orwell was a novelist, essayist and critic best known for his novels Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty-Four. He was a man of strong opinions who addressed some of the major political movements of his times, including imperialism, fascism and communism. Family & Early Life: Orwell was born Eric Arthur Blair in Motihari, India, on June 25, 1903. The son of a British civil servant, Orwell spent his first days in India, where his father was stationed. His mother brought him and his older sister, Marjorie, to England about a year after his birth and settled in Henley-on-Thames. His father stayed behind in India and rarely visited. (His younger sister, Avril, was born in 1908. Orwell didn't really know his father until he retired from the service in 1912. And even after that, the pair never formed a strong bond. He found his father to be dull and conservative. George Orwell's Most Famous Books: Sometimes called the conscience of a generation, Orwell is best known for two novels: Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty-Four. Both books, published toward the end of Orwell's life, have been turned into films and enjoyed tremendous popularity over the years. 'Animal Farm' (1945) Animal Farm was an anti-Soviet satire in a pastoral setting featuring two pigs as its main protagonists. These pigs were said to represent Joseph Stalin and Leon Trotsky. The novel brought Orwell great acclaim and financial rewards. 'Nineteen Eighty-Four' (1949) Orwell's masterwork, Nineteen Eighty-Four (or 1984 in later editions), was published in the late stages of his battle with tuberculosis and soon before his death. This bleak vision of the world divided into three oppressive nations stirred up controversy among reviewers, who found this fictional future too despairing. In the novel, Orwell gave readers a glimpse into what would happen if the government controlled every detail of a person's life, down to their own private thoughts.