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We / Yevgeny Zamyatin ; translated and with an introduction by Clarence Brown.

Book Book (1993.)
Description: xxxii, 221 p. ; 20 cm.
Publisher: New York, N.Y., U.S.A. : Penguin Books, 1993.
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Middlesex - Lowell Campus Reserves (Circ. Desk) PG3476.Z34 M913 1993 (Text to Phone) Available -

  • ISBN: 0140185852
  • ISBN: 9780140185850
Bibliography, etc.: Includes bibliographical references (p. [xxxi]-xxxii).
Contents: We: Announcement -- Wisest of lines -- Epic poem -- Ballet -- Harmony squared -- X -- Jacket -- Wall -- Table -- Savage with barometer -- Epilepsy -- If -- Square -- Rulers of the world -- Pleasant and useful function -- Accident -- Damned -- "Clear" -- 24 Hours -- Eyelash -- Taylor -- Henbane and lily of the valley -- Irrational root -- R-13 -- Triangle -- Liturgy -- Iambs and trochees -- Cast-iron hand -- Letter -- Membrane -- Hairy me -- No, I can't -- Skip the contents -- Limitation of infinity -- Angel -- Reflections on poetry -- Fog -- Familiar "you" -- Absolutely Inane occurrence -- "Mine" -- Forbidden -- Cold floor -- Bell -- Mirror-like sea -- My fate to burn forever -- Yellow -- Two-dimensional shadow -- Incurable soul -- Through glass -- I died -- Hallways -- Logical labyrinth -- Wounds and plaster -- Never again -- Third-order infinitesimal -- Sullen glare over the parapet -- Discharge -- Idea material -- Zero cliff -- Author's duty -- Swollen ice -- Most difficult love -- Frozen waves -- Everything tends to perfection I am a microbe -- Flowers -- Dissolution of a crystal -- If only -- Limit of function -- Easter -- Cross it all out -- Descent from heaven -- History's greatest catastrophe end of the known -- No contents-Can't -- Both women -- Entropy and energy opaque part of the body -- Threads on the face -- Shoots -- Unnatural compression -- Final number -- Galileo's mistake wouldn't it be better? -- Great operation -- I have forgiven everything -- Train wreck -- I do not believe -- Tractors -- Human chip -- No time for contents, last note -- Those on leave -- Sunny night -- Radio-Valkyrie -- In a hoop -- Carrot -- Murder -- Blank pages -- Christian God -- About my mother -- Infusorian -- Doomsday -- Her room -- I don't know what goes here, maybe just: a cigarette butt -- End -- Facts -- Bell -- I am certain -- Translator's note.
Summary: A dystopian novel completed in 1921, written in response to the author's personal experiences with the Russian revolutions of 1905 and 1917, his life in the Newcastle suburb of Jesmond and work in the Tyne shipyards at nearby Wallsend during the First World War. It was at Tyneside that he observed the rationalization of labour on a large scale. The book influenced Orwell's 1984 and possibly Huxley's Brave new world.
Authors: Brown, Clarence, 1929-2015 (Added Author).
Citation: Zami͡atin, Evgeniĭ Ivanovich. "We." New York, N.Y., U.S.A. : Penguin Books, 1993.
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