The definitive book of the 20th century is re-examined in this radical new staging by Headlong, the 'country's most exciting touring company' (Telegraph), who brought us Romeo & Juliet in 2012, directed by Robert Icke. April, 1984. 13:00. Comrade 6079, Winston Smith, thinks a thought, starts a diary, and falls in love. But Big Brother is watching him - and the door to Room 101 can swing open in the blink of an eye. This major new production explores the world inside Winston Smith's head, as well as the world without, ...

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Sep 26, 2013

THE classic for your personal library

Bought this one to replace my old, worn-out copy, with intentions to re-read the text, along with other such books. ( Looking Backward, for example.)

Marleen W

Aug 8, 2013

Things to know

A story of how a person thinks how things could happen, and could come to light again, based on the present governement overruling our Constitution.

Charles C

Dec 27, 2012

Half the size of a regular hard cover book. Threw it in the trash.

Cheryl B

Nov 22, 2012

Great seller

The question would I recommend this item to a friend doesn't seem to apply to a seller review. The book is boring.
The state of the book when received was excellent as was the length of time it took to receive the book.

Jeffrey P

Jan 26, 2012

Didn't know this was going to be cliffnotes. It was deceiving.

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