Why George Orwell Wrote 1984

“Nineteen Eighty-Four” was published in 1949. But five years earlier, George Orwell wrote a letter explaining why he would eventually write 1984. Since Orwell’s thoughts on totalitarianism, mass censorship, mass surveillance, and leader worship are more relevant now than ever, let’s read his letter.

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