Ingenious, chilling and darkly comic, 1985 combines a devastating critique of Orwell’s 1984 with a terrifying vision of the future. As memorable as A Clockwork Orange, it is as powerful and unsettling as anything Burgess has written. First published in 1978, its thoughts and ideas still hold very true today.
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