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1984 by George Orwell: A Dystopian Bedtime Story 2:3 [Read Aloud by PeachyTO]

Once again, welcoming you to A Dystopian Bedtime Story, where I read aloud Part 2, Chapter 3 of 1984 by George Orwell for your listening pleasure!


Winston and Julia threw caution to the dusty wind and took the fatal risk of frolicking in the lush greenery of the London countryside in our last reading. If you would like to catch up and listen to it first you can find it here. Or if you would like to start from the beginning visit the first post of the series here.


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George Orwell quote from 1984 on a black background with a faint image of a chainlink fence behind white letters that say: For whom, for what, was that bird singing? No mate, no rival was watching it. What made it sit at the edge of the lonely wood and pour its music into nothingness?

 

Quote from George Orwell's 1984 in white letter on a black background with a faint image of a chainlink fence behind the words: But you could not have pure love or pure lust nowadays. No emotion was pure, because everything was mixed up with fear and hatred. Their embrace had been a battle, the climax a victory. It was a blow struck against the Party. It was a political act.

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