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Old 02-16-2009, 09:17 PM   #13
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The Millennium, by Upton Sinclair. It was one of his more obscure and unnoticed novels that he wrote after the tragedy which ended his experimental utopia, Helicon Hall. It's essentially a satire of caste systems, social evolution, and extreme capitalism. It's a nice read, albeit short and not to thought-provoking, but it's still nice.
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Originally Posted by jawathehutt
1984
Ah yes, a most excellent novel. I recommend reading Animal Farm, another novel by Orwell, which was essentially a satire of WWII-era political figures and ideals.
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