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1984 af Erich Fromm

1984 (original 1949; udgave 1950)

af Erich Fromm

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Portrays life in a future time when a totalitarian government watches over all citizens and directs all activities.
Forfattere:Erich Fromm
Info:New American Library, Mass Market Paperback, 328 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek

Detaljer om værket

1984 af George Orwell (1949)

  1. 877
    Kammerat Napoleon af George Orwell (JGKC, haraldo)
  2. 822
    Fagre nye verden af Aldous Huxley (nathanm, chrisharpe, MinaKelly, li33ieg, haraldo, Ludi_Ling, Morteana, Waldstein)
    li33ieg: 1984, Brave New World and Fahrenheit 451: 3 essential titles that remind us of the need to keep our individual souls pure.
    Ludi_Ling: Really, the one cannot be mentioned without the other. Actually, apart from the dystopian subject matter, they are very different stories, but serve as a great counterpoint to one another.
    Waldstein: It's essential to read Huxley's and Orwell's books together. Both present the ultimate version of the totalitarian state, but there the similarities end. While Orwell argues in favour of hate and fear, Huxley suggests that pleasure and drugs would be far more effective as controlling forces. Who was the more prescient prophet? That's what every reader should decide for him- or herself.… (mere)
  3. 716
    Fahrenheit 451 af Ray Bradbury (readafew, hipdeep, Booksloth, rosylibrarian, moietmoi, haraldo, BookshelfMonstrosity)
    readafew: Both books are about keeping the people in control and ignorant.
    hipdeep: 1984 is scary like a horror movie. Fahrenheit 451 is scary like the news. So - do you want to see something really scary?
    BookshelfMonstrosity: A man's romance-inspired defiance of menacing, repressive governments in bleak futures are the themes of these compelling novels. Control of language and monitors that both broadcast to and spy on people are key motifs. Both are dramatic, haunting, and thought-provoking.… (mere)
  4. 391
    Tjenerindens fortælling af Margaret Atwood (citygirl, cflorente, wosret, norabelle414, readingwolverine)
  5. 372
    A clockwork orange af Anthony Burgess (wosret, Anonym bruger)
  6. 4012
    Fluernes herre af William Golding (vegetarianflautist, avid_reader25)
  7. 282
    Vi af Yevgeny Zamyatin (hippietrail, BGP, soylentgreen23, roby72, timoroso, MEStaton, Anonym bruger, Sylak, humashaikh)
    hippietrail: The original dystopian novel from which both Huxley and Orwell drew inspiration.
    timoroso: Zamyatin's "We" was not just a precursor of "Nineteen Eighty-Four" but the work Orwell took as a model for his own book.
    Sylak: A great influence in the writing of his own book.
  8. 224
    Gøgereden af Ken Kesey (readerbabe1984)
  9. 192
    V for vendetta af Alan Moore (aethercowboy)
    aethercowboy: The world of V for Vendetta is very reminiscent of the world of 1984.
  10. 206
    Jonas er udvalgt af Lois Lowry (cflorente, readerbabe1984)
  11. 111
    Brave New World & Brave New World Revisited af Aldous Huxley (thebookpile)
  12. 90
    Mørke midt på dagen af Arthur Koestler (BGP, ivan.frade)
    ivan.frade: Both books talk about revolution and the people, individual rights vs. common wellness. "darkness at noon" is pretty similar to 1984, without the especulation/science-fiction ingredient.
  13. 91
    Gensyn med fagre nye verden af Aldous Huxley (pyrocow)
  14. 91
    Kallocain af Karin Boye (andejons, Anonym bruger)
    andejons: The totalitarian state works very similar in both books, but the control in Kallocain seems more plausible, which makes it more frightening.
  15. 102
    Little Brother af Cory Doctorow (infiniteletters, suzanney, JFDR)
    JFDR: 1984's Big Brother is Little Brother's namesake.
  16. 40
    Swastika Night af Katharine Burdekin (Anonym bruger)
    Anonym bruger: Huxley and Zamyatin are practically the canon recommendations for this work, so much so that they hardly need to be mentioned, let alone mentioned again.. Therefore, let me instead recommend a lesser-known work that likewise influenced Orwell's work: Burdekin's dystopian future-history, Swastika Night… (mere)
  17. 40
    The Archivist's Story af Travis Holland (catherinestead)
    catherinestead: Two very powerful stories of what happens when a very small cog in the machine of a dictatorship decides not to turn anymore.
  18. 40
    En hunds hjerte af Mikhail Bulgakov (BGP)
  19. 40
    The Machine Stops af E. M. Forster (artturnerjr)
    artturnerjr: If you read only one other dystopian SF story, make it this one.
  20. 74
    Panoptikon - magtens øje af Jeremy Bentham (bertilak)

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This is yet another one of those books that most people read in school as part of some course or another. For some reason I was forced to read Hardy and Shakespeare rather than more modern classics. Now Shakespeare I have no issue with, I found it hard to read at times as an adolescent but the stories were fantastic. Hardy on the other hand, the less said about that the better. Anyhow, I digress, I fancied something that required a bit of effort to read and this leaped off the shelf at me.

You can always tell when a book has had a huge cultural effect on the populace when words and phrases become part of our vocabulary and this book probably has most instances than any other I can think of. Despite the fact that this is one of the most voted modern classic I knew little about it (to be honest I often prefer it that way). I was aware of the concept of big brother and that the book was set in a dystopian future and that it had a huge political bent to it.

Initially I found the book a little slow going. The first section deals with an introduction of sorts to the characters and the world in which they inhabit. This part of the book needed some concentration to follow, my reading of this was not aided by a colleague unable to shut up for 10 minutes. This is not the kind of book which can comfortably be read with an action movie or similar on in the background.

As I reached the end of the first part however the story really hotted up and I found myself not wanting to put it down. This got so bad that I actually took it to a gig in my coat pocket so that I could read it on train. I ended up in a good conversation with one of the security guards during his search of me, who says reading is antisocial :D

There are many things bouncing around my head after finishing the book,

It is incredible to think that this book was finished in 1949 and yet is still so relevant and resonates so strongly today. One of the first things that popped into my head was the media in the UK and how since the Leveson enquiry the government was to put it under more stringent controls. Now, I am all for the media being regulated but government control is not my idea of something that is good in the long run.

This is a very good book, I wish it had been on my school syllabus. ( )
  Brian. | Jun 19, 2021 |
George Orwell’s 1984 is often known for Big Brother, the shadowy omnipotent leader of the country. Written as a warning against totalitarianism, 1984 explores with succinct details the horrendous fate that befalls a society subdued to this regime.
The novel shows how a totalitarian government, called the Party, is able to keep a firm grip on every single aspect of the individuals’ life. “Nothing was your own except the few cubic centimetres inside your skull”. The Party does not cease at merely controlling the life of the citizens, but it expands its power as to appropriate everything for its own benefit.
The novel revolves around the life of Winston Smith, an intellectual who loathes the Party and its corruption. Through the eyes of the protagonist, Orwell envisions a world where “WAR IS PEACE, FREEDOM IS SLAVERY, [and] IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH”, which is the slogan of the Party. Orwell shows us how it would be like living in a nightmarish reality. The citizens are constantly monitored through telescreens and hidden microphones. They are also subjected to a new language called Newspeak, whose purpose is to limit thought; and constant propaganda about the supposed enemies of Big Brother.
What kept the novel atop is its relevance to our modern era. It remains pertinent. It casts a light on a modern society and proves that stone walls or iron bars do not make a prison like not having the ability to think and speak freely. ( )
  meddz | Jun 11, 2021 |
This was definitely eerie and disturbing. ( )
  audraelizabeth | Jun 8, 2021 |
I can only hear about a book so long before eventually reading it. Although 1984 is known for it's totalitarian state where everything is watched by the government, what interested me most were the ideas around war involved in the book. The perpetual war idea hits closer to home now than anytime in our countries history -- with the Afghan war hitting 12 years. ( )
  adamfortuna | May 28, 2021 |
I was spared reading this in school, and only sought it out after constantly hearing it referenced as a comparison point for the real world. Sadly, everything interesting or thought-provoking in the book has percolated out into the culture, and the other bits left over in the text aren't worth considering. ( )
  wishanem | May 27, 2021 |
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