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    The Life and Works of George Orwell Zach Garrett English 12 Diane Leazer April 11, 2014 The Life and Works of George Orwell Thesis Statement: Financial struggles in the first half of George Orwell's life greatly affected how he lived and influenced his writings. l. Childhood of George Orwell A. Grade School B. College ll. Life after college A. Moving away from home and joining the workforce B. Moving back home to try to find new work lll. Literary works A. Animal Farm B. Nineteen Eighty

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    George Orwell is heavily renowned as one of the most influential writers to have lived during the 20th Century. Born in 1903, Orwell grew up through two World Wars and fought in the Spanish Civil war. This led him to develop his own strong political beliefs and views about events that were occurring during his lifetime. Orwell incorporates these views in his writing by making specific comments against totalitarianism and other left wing ideologies in his work. Orwell’s essays will continue to be

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    world, you were not mad” (Orwell).These words were uttered by the brilliant post modernism writer, George Orwell. The post-modernism movement took place in the late 1950’s. This was a time marked by consumption, the post-cold war era and World War II. Main topics of this literary movement dealt with moral and philosophical relativism, loss of faith in political authority and avoiding traditional themes. Post Modernism made one of the greatest impacts on fiction writing. George Orwell’s love for writing

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    Arthur Blair, commonly known under the pseudonym George Orwell, led a fascinating life, from working as a member of the Indian Imperial Police Force, to experiencing poverty firsthand in both London and Paris, to fighting in the Spanish Civil War. Orwell’s diverse life experiences gave him very strong political opinions that carried through to his writing career, during which he addressed issues such as education, poverty, and communism. George Orwell was a master of the modern political satire, through

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    GEORGE ORWELL George Orwell also known as Eric Arthur Blair lived from 1903 - 1950. He was a British writer who wrote documentaries, essays, and articles. He was born in Motihari, India. Orwell was educated at Eton College in England. From an early age Orwell said, " Perhaps the age five or six, I knew that when I grew up I should be a writer." After Orwell did not win a university scholarship at Eton College he joined the Indian Imperial Police. He served with the Indian Imperial police in Burma

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    George Orwell Eric Arthur Blair was born in 1903 at Motihari in British-occupied India. While growing up, he attended private schools in Sussex, Wellington and Eton. He worked at the Imperial Indian Police until 1927 when he went to London to study the poverty stricken. He then moved to Paris where he wrote two lost novels. After he moved back to England he wrote Down and Out in Paris and London, Burmese Days, A Clergyman's Daughter and Keep the Aspidistra Flying. He published all four

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    Biography George Orwell

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    opinions like George Orwell. Orwell got to express his opinions in his writings. He wrote about the sociopolitical conditions of his time. For a man whose career started as a dishwasher, he came a long way to be known as the great author he is known as today. In this paper George Orwell's early life, his variety of jobs before becoming a writer, his many successes and failures and some of his best known novels and critiques of them, and his sad death will all be discussed. George Orwell was born in

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    George Orwell: Eyes of Society Eric Arthur Blair or widely known as George Orwell, was a Brilliant man. Developing his writing skills at an early age of four years old “reportedly” began his first poem; from his Biography Synopsis (Para. 3). In later years, Orwell became very passionate for his writing career. The novel 1984 expresses a lot of Orwell’s thoughts and views towards dictatorship. The use of the main character, Winston, induces a man of intelligence. If a government really wanted to break

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    George Orwell Politics

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    George Orwell wrote “Politics and the English Language” an essay about the decline of written English, illustrating a few of the most common errors made when writing. In his essay Orwell explains why and how, political writings are the main culprits of bad English. Orwell’s essay written in 1946 is still relevant today because in the advancing times people are still making the same dangerous error, meaningless words. George Orwell wrote that “…it is normal to come across long passages which are

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    George Orwell George Orwell was born Eric Arthur Blair on June 25, 1903, in Motihari, India. The Blair's were relatively prosperous civil servants, working in India on behalf of the British Empire. Blair would later describe his family?s socioeconomic status as "lower-upper middle class," on comment on the extraordinary degree to which British citizens in India depended on the Empire for their livelihood; though the Blair were able to live quite comfortably in India, they had none of the physical

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