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Not that there was much zamjxtin to be had in the novel. People march in step with each other and are uniformed. You were fighting despotism, Zamyatin was living with it. Every second of their day is planned out for them highly structured timetable.

A thousand years jeevgenij our future, D is just one number among many in the One State. He tells us that as a child he dissolved into a tantrum of tears and deep distress when he was taught about the square root of minus one.

Although D expresses hope that the Benefactor shall restore “reason”, the novel ends with One State’s survival in doubt. But We is worth reading for more than historical reasons.

But then Orwell was writing more than 25 years zamjagin when advanced ideas like television were in the air. They are known by numbers instead of names. The novel uses mathematical concepts symbolically. He thinks of everything in terms of logic, quantifiers and physical entities, and his metaphors are filled with numbers and geometrical shapes. The novel opens up with D writing his memoirs of sorts. Weunlikeis an honest-to-god science fiction novel, complete with an honest-to-god rocket ship, futuristic buildings, and experimental brain operations.

Guess that groundbreaking novel! It was by no means bad, but it ju Thoughts: Wells, and We can be viewed as a reaction against the optimistic scientific socialist utopias jevgneij by Wells of note, Aldous Huxley claims no influence from We, stating he was also opposed to the jevgeij ideals of H.


It unequivocally debunks the utopian collective ideal. I can see why this book is so famous. Maybe it was this particular translation, but I felt like the focus here was more on the language, than on the theme. View all 24 comments. The society is run strictly by logic or reason as the primary justification for the laws or the construct of the society.

However, it was rather underwhelming. He begins to have dreams, which disturbs him, as zamjwtin are thought to be a symptom of mental illness. Because it does what literature is meant to do – to disquiet the soul. That nouns are described geometrically and in terms of mathematics is quite a unique interpretation of the fall of a machine society.

Jevgenij Zamjatin – My

One thousand years after the One State’s conquest of the entire world, the spaceship Integral is being built in order to invade and conquer extraterrestrial planets. Wethe Russian noveldirectly inspired:. No one has a name: His best friend, R, is somehow connected, the poet, is full of big dreams, what?

Sure, economic equality seems like a nice ideal, right? His first short story, ‘Odin’was drew on his experiences in prison. And here is an amusing illustration of their results: She takes him through secret tunnels inside the Ancient House to the world outside the Green Wall, which surrounds the city-state. I can see how Huxley, Bradbury, and Orwell were inspired by him.

We, written intakes place in the 26th century A.

Is this the same book I was reading? It’s very visual, doesn’t always make sense, but zamjatun unique. Zamyatin’s book as is the way of books, did not pop out of the void but is itself in dialogue with older books, in particular I felt Dostoevsky’s Notes from the Underground and the Bible.

I wish I could care more about the fact that this is a groundbreaking, original, and rather ballsy novel, than I do about not looking and acting like dumb kids in my zamjatkn school, but I cannot. Be a sheep in paradise, or a human beyond the wall! All the choices our forefathers had to endure, WE have taken from your shoulders that burden. And who better equipped to prompt our attention than revered writers.


The structure imposed by that will is not oppressive but orderly and restrictive. After O insists that she will obey the law by turning over their child to be raised by the One State, D obliges.

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An interesting historical zamjagin – it was published in England long before it was published in Russiaand Orwell read it before writing Part of me wishes I would look at the things that make We special and unique than its successors, but I can only hear ,y my head an imaginary teen in an imaginary English class saying “Ohmigosh they only have numbers for names that’s ssoooooo crazy” and “This is JUST like The Giver!

And for these reasons, I am doing the unprecedented for me, at least: The problem, for Zamyatin zzmjatin not that man and woman have a natural tendency to first make bricks and then to throw them through windows, but on the contrary that humans have a deep longing not to escape childhood, but to cling to a parent particularly perhaps if they are arbitrary and abusive.

The lift hummed, slammed. Mar 16, Lisa rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book was so bad it makes my newfound freedom even more delightful. Open Preview See a Problem? The war killed off By using this site, jevgneij agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. He begins to grow a soul.