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Russian Reading Update: Zamyatin’s ‘We’

George Orwell accused Aldous Huxley of plagiarising ‘We’ when he wrote ‘Brave New World’; the words pot, kettle and black come to mind.  Still, if I go down that route I’m going to end up being equally childish.  The facts … Continue reading

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 ‘Eyeless in Gaza’ by Aldous Huxley (1936)

This is a book I’ve been aware of, but have put off reading, because of a fear of getting embroiled in the current state of the Middle-East .  Please learn from my example and look at the date of publication … Continue reading

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