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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2006

    WE,, the first, not the Best

    After a two-hundred year war, only 2/10ths of one percent of the Earth's population emerges into a society encircled by a Green Wall topped by an invisible electric shield, and ruled by the rarely seen totalitarian known as The Benefactor. So regimented is this world that its citizens must spend substantial time each day marching in regimented lockstep around the plaza. 'Pink tickets' are issued so that previously unknown-to-each-other couples may, with the blinds down, copulate for up to one hour. A mere sixty minutes each day is allowed for personal time, curfew is at 10pm, families are not permitted and smoking and alcohol are illegal. In addition to every window blind being in the raised position twenty-four hours per day, all the buildings, walls within those buildings, stairs and tables are made of clear glass. This is so that government officials can always keep their citizens in clear view. Each sex-segregated dormitory building has a trusted monitor who opens, reads, and distributes the incoming mail of all its residents. The book is presented as the diary of mathematician and space ship builder D-503, but don't let that format keep you from reading it. However, what may deter you from reading the book, is the fact that many times I found it is almost impossible to understand what, where or who to the action was happening. After substantially slowing my reading speed, I was able to savor some fine writing, but my comprehension did not improve much, and I was not enthused enough to re-read the previous many chapters. WE like Orwell's 1984, is a story of a government that controls absolutely everything, however unlike Orwell's book, WE may generate a migraine but not a nightmare.

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