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Gyorgy Dalos Biography
Gyorgy Dalos (b. September 23, 1943 in Budapest) is a Hungarian novelist best known for his novels 1985 and The Guest from the Future: Anna Akhmatova and Isaiah Berlin. He is currently head of the Institute for Hungarian Culture in Berlin. 1985 is a sequel to George Orwell's 1984. This novel begins with the death of Big Brother and reflects an intermediate period between 1984 and a more optimistic future characterized with a decline in orthodoxy of the totalitarian system, struggles of the ensuing powers and the near destruction of the Oceania air force by Eurasia.
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