Saphyr-Whorff-theory in George Orwell's life and work

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Saphyr-Whorff-theory in George Orwell's life and work

Post by AMgarayH11B on Wed Mar 01, 2017 7:02 pm

Eric Arthur Blair More commonly known as George Orwell was an English writer who is principally recognized by his political ideas focused in the social injustice.
In his work we can see that he was influenced by two very important historical moments for the humanity, the Spanish Civil war and the Second World War, by mean of very relevant works like The Road to Wigan Pier he used the literature to show cultural aspects of the working class in the north of England. Also in Animal Farm he created very strong social, cultural and political critique in which he brings over aspects based and constructed from a previous experience in some events on the Soviet regime.
Finally we must say that he had a very big impact in language because he created  in his book 1984 terms as “Big Brother” that makes reference to social practices to  refer authority.

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