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03/25/02 02:07 PM
Re: Bowie's Anti-War Literature [re: Sysiyo]  

I have actually read 1984, several times in fact. And I know that Diamond Dogs was comprise largley of songs which Bowie intended to be used in a musical of 1984. But I never got a terrible feeling whilst reading 1984 or listening to the album, its just another way of life and an ultimate religion. Though there was war in 1984 it was only a minor theme of the novel used only to show how little people knew of the truth as Winston thought that the war was most likely made up. So I dont see how Diamond Dogs is anti-war.

"In the 14-18 war I went to sea" ---(In the 14-18 war there was not a navy)

And we can force you to be free.

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*Bowie's Anti-War Literature  pianocraft03/23/02 09:03 AM
.*Re: Bowie's Anti-War Literature  Candidate_2303/23/02 02:28 PM
.*Re: Bowie's Anti-War Literature  Sysiyo03/25/02 07:04 AM
..Re: Bowie's Anti-War Literature  Candidate_2303/25/02 02:07 PM
.*Re: Bowie's Anti-War Literature  PHOENIX03/25/02 06:06 PM
.*Re: Bowie's Anti-War Literature  Candidate_2303/26/02 05:48 PM
.*Re: Bowie's Anti-War Literature  pianocraft03/27/02 11:28 AM
.*Re: Bowie's Anti-War Literature  Lacrimans04/01/02 03:15 AM
.*War Is Silly  twister04/01/02 09:38 AM
.*Re: War Is Silly  Lacrimans04/01/02 03:06 PM
.*At least at the hands of Bowie...  Sysiyo04/02/02 05:57 AM
.*Love In A Doorway  twister03/26/02 10:32 PM
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