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1984 by George Orwell is a dystopian and satirical novel where society is tyrannized by The Party and its totalitarian ideology. Orwell introduces readers to a new set of vocabulary including Big Brother, thoughtcrime, double think, and Newspeak.

1984 by George Orwell is a dystopian and satirical novel where society is tyrannized by The Party and its totalitarian ideology. Orwell introduces readers to a new set of vocabulary including Big Brother, thoughtcrime, double think, and Newspeak.

Make legs and shoes out of femo or papier mache and attach to a cardboard bookmark by making a slot in the tops before they dry (or heat if using femo) .. if using femo you can pre-roll the stripes .. and make sure to use ruby glitter on the shoes :D

Make legs and shoes out of femo or papier mache and attach to a cardboard bookmark by making a slot in the tops before they dry (or heat if using femo) .. if using femo you can pre-roll the stripes .. and make sure to use ruby glitter on the shoes :D

Ten-year-old Bud, a motherless boy living in Flint, Michigan during the Great Depression, escapes a bad foster home and sets out in search of the man he believes to be his father--the renowned bandlea

Bud, Not Buddy (Paperback) by Precision Series

Ten-year-old Bud, a motherless boy living in Flint, Michigan during the Great Depression, escapes a bad foster home and sets out in search of the man he believes to be his father--the renowned bandlea

Long before the word "homeless" entered our vocabulary, William Kennedy wrote this piercing description of what it is like to be unmoored in any age.

Long before the word "homeless" entered our vocabulary, William Kennedy wrote this piercing description of what it is like to be unmoored in any age.

Animal Farm is George Orwell's great socio-political allegory set in a farmyard where the animals decide to seize the farmer's land and create a co-operative that reaps the benefits of their combined labours. However, as with all great political plans, some animals see a bigger share of the rewards than others and the animals start to question their supposed utopia.

Animal Farm is George Orwell's great socio-political allegory set in a farmyard where the animals decide to seize the farmer's land and create a co-operative that reaps the benefits of their combined labours. However, as with all great political plans, some animals see a bigger share of the rewards than others and the animals start to question their supposed utopia.

Published in 2005, its the book which inspired Point Break, although the only similarity is someone learning to surf to gain inside information from a bunch of guys gone bad. Weird, unnecessary ending.

Published in 2005, its the book which inspired Point Break, although the only similarity is someone learning to surf to gain inside information from a bunch of guys gone bad. Weird, unnecessary ending.

Embracing the Ordinary by Michael Foley - review | Books | The Guardian

Embracing the Ordinary by Michael Foley - review

Embracing the Ordinary by Michael Foley - review | Books | The Guardian

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