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Examining ‘The Lego Movie’ as a sequel to the 1921 dystopian novel ‘We’

Quinn Norton
Jul 31, 2014 · 14 min read
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1984 was inspired by We, according a Orwell’s own review of Zamyatin. His book was more successful due to the Orwell’s unfair tactic of being a much better writer.
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Emmet seeks reconciliation
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Business contemplates not being the bad guy.

The Lego Movie: Synopsis


We: Synopsis

The Message

A Pandaemonium Revolver Collection.

Thanks to Evan Hansen and Kate Lee

Quinn Norton

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A journalist of Hackers, Bodies, Technologies, and Internets. ‘’Useless in terms of… tactical details’’ -Stratfor Contact me here: https://t.co/u4F7yfikU4

The Message

A Pandaemonium Revolver Collection. Season 2 stars @anildash @alanalevinson @ftrain @hipstercrite @itsthebrandi @jamielaurenkeiles @vijithassar @yungrama @zeynep. Season 1 available on DVD shortly.

Quinn Norton

Written by

A journalist of Hackers, Bodies, Technologies, and Internets. ‘’Useless in terms of… tactical details’’ -Stratfor Contact me here: https://t.co/u4F7yfikU4

The Message

A Pandaemonium Revolver Collection. Season 2 stars @anildash @alanalevinson @ftrain @hipstercrite @itsthebrandi @jamielaurenkeiles @vijithassar @yungrama @zeynep. Season 1 available on DVD shortly.

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