Thursday, 25 October 2007

Some are more equal

... The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again: but already it was impossible to say which was which.
-Animal Farm
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I think, this book is the story of those who know they want change but do not know WHAT kind of change they want. The story of those who don't like to follow but love to be followed, those who could not be unbiased, those who are the same anyway...

5 comments:

human being said...

...and those who don't know change starts from their own inner world....
Thanks for sharing.

Don Cox said...

Although it was specifically about the Soviet Union, it applies equally to so many revolutions, including Iran and Zimbabwe._______Everything by Orwell is worth reading, especially the "Collected Essays, Journalism and Letters" - four paperbacks packed full of treasure. And don't miss "Down and Out in Paris and London". Orwell was a great man.

BEHI said...

So, these will be added to my must read books and thanks for introducing them by the way.

ُستوده said...

من وطنی می نویسم.
قلعه، یا مزرعه حیواناتش رو خوندم به زیبایی تمام نقصان ها و طنز های یک حکومت توتالیتر رو بیان می کنه. در به در 1984 هستم. شما جایی سراغ نداری داشته باشه؟ حتا نسخه الکترونیکی کتاب هم باشه قبوله. کسی بتونه بهم برسوندش یا دریافتش رو تسهیل کنه برام هر کاری بتونم براش انجام می دم.
شما هر وقت دوست داشتی همون غیر وطنی جوابم رو بده. که خیلی دوست دارم و طرح دارم برای یاد گرفتن زبان این کفار دوست داشتنی و همیشه مومن.

BEHI said...

dar morede noskheie farsi, moteasefaneh man etela nadaram koja emkene tahaiash vojood dare amma dar morede noskheie englisi az (www.amazon.com) fekr mikonam betoonid sefaresh bedid,amma age dakhele Iran hastid baz ham motesafane man jaie be khosoosiro soragh nadaram.

movafagh bashid.