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IScot Book Review

Now, before you go any further, sharpening your literary claws and diving into these paragraphs with expectations of a technical, even academic, dissertation on what many hail as Orwell’s most seminal work, I’ll stop you right there: if you’ve read 1984, then you’ll certainly be aware of its influence on not only our perception of ‘authority’, but also on our common lexicon

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