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by Alan Sandison

Author: Alan Sandison
Language: English
Publisher: Longwood Academic; Revised edition (1986)
Pages: 232 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.5
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Authors: Sandison, Alan. First published in 1974 under the title The Last Man in Europe, Alan Sandison's book took an unusual view of Orwell as a writer of paradox wherein the Protestant urge to question struggles with a longing to assent.

Authors: Sandison, Alan. The argument of the book was described in the Economist as 'brilliantly sustained and magisterially cumulative'

Part of the Macmillan Studies in Twentieth-Century Literature book series (STCL). Sandison A. (1986) Postscript: 1984. Macmillan Studies in Twentieth-Century Literature.

Part of the Macmillan Studies in Twentieth-Century Literature book series (STCL). The best thing that could happen to George Orwell is unquestionably 1985. Arguments about the sociological and political factuality of his most famous novel may then have a better chance of being seen in proper perspective. Palgrave Macmillan, London. Publisher Name Palgrave Macmillan, London. Print ISBN 978-0-333-38626-2. Online ISBN 978-1-349-18109-4.

George Orwell: After "1984" Studies in 20th Century Literature.

George Orwell (Studies in Twentieth-century Literature). 0333386256 (ISBN13: 9780333386255).

2nd ed. by Alan Sandison. Published 1986 by Macmillan, Longwood Academic in Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, Dover, . Criticism and interpretation.

George Orwell's 1984, like many works of literature, unmistakably carries with it literary traditions reaching back to the earliest of storytellers. Among the literary traditions that Orwell uses is the concept of utopia, which he distorts effectively for his own purposes

George Orwell's 1984, like many works of literature, unmistakably carries with it literary traditions reaching back to the earliest of storytellers. Among the literary traditions that Orwell uses is the concept of utopia, which he distorts effectively for his own purposes. Utopia, or Nowhere Land, is an ideal place or society in which human beings realize a perfect existence, a place without suffering or human malady.

Erläuterungen zu George Orwell: 1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four), 4. Auflage (Königs Erläuterungen und Materialien, Band 108). Maria-Felicitas Herforth.

George Orwell, Doubleness, and the Value of Decency (Studies in Majorliterary Authors, 32). Anthony Stewart. Категория: Образование. Erläuterungen zu George Orwell: 1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four), 4.

Sixty years after the publication of Orwell's masterpiece, Nineteen Eighty-Four, that crystal first line sounds as natural .

Sixty years after the publication of Orwell's masterpiece, Nineteen Eighty-Four, that crystal first line sounds as natural and compelling as ever.