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Some Must Read Wake Up Literature [UPDATED REGULARLY]

 
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Subject: Some Must Read Wake Up Literature

As we promised in our post called "Some Must See Wake Up Documentaries" it is time to create one for literature hereby. Based on our own reading and input from you we will list interesting books, papers, essays and everything the eye can read. Most will probably be already translated to different languages beside english. So feel free to keep sending us suggestions or any details which might be relevant to note with each entry. We'll start with one you might be already familiar with. For some we'll also note it was something which added inspiration to the founding of TrilightZone. If you are familiar with certain writers you'll notice for example that George Orwell put more weight on control by fear, violence and progaganda while Aldous Huxley pointed to distraction, pleasure and floods of superficial information to "control" society. Both were (are) right. Also note that quite a few scenarios described are now reality, no more fiction and only increasing. Many of these writers, visionaries saw what was coming long before most of our readers and ourselves were born, let alone us starting some kind of movement / organisation to at least hold some ground matching principles. If any link is not working or you feel the information it points to is not valid / altered please let us know as soon as possible.

1984 - Written by George Orwell (Eric Arthur Blair), one of the things inspired the founding of TrilightZone in 2005.
Animal Farm - Written by George Orwell (Eric Arthur Blair), another which inspired the founding of TrilightZone in 2005.
Brave New World - Written by Aldous Leonard Huxley, another which inspired the founding of TrilightZone in 2005. It's worth to also read the essays called "Brave New World Revisited".
Fahrenheit 451 - Written by Ray Douglas Bradbury.
We - Written by Yevgeny Zamyatin.
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