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Post by LFGODOYH11A on Mon Apr 10, 2017 8:41 pm

George Orwell
(Pseudonym of Eric Blair, Motihari, India, 1903 - London, 1950) British writer. He studied at Eton College and then joined the Imperial British Police in Asia, an experience that led him to write Days in Burma (1934).

He lived for several years in Paris and London, where he knew poverty; Of this difficult period of its life was born its novel Sin White in Paris and in London (1933).

His experiences as a Republican collaborator in the Spanish Civil War (Orwell was socialist) collected them in his interesting book Tribute to Catalonia (1938). During World War II he was part of the Home Guard and acted on English radio. In 1943 he entered the editorial office of the Tribune newspaper, and then regularly collaborated in the Observer. During this period he wrote many of his essays.

In general, all his work, including this first stage and later dystopian satire, reflected his political and moral positions, as they emphasized the struggle of man against the social rules established by political power. His most popular titles are Rebellion on the Farm (1945) and 1984 (1949), fictions in which he described a new type of society totally controlled by bureaucratic and political methods. Both are framed in the genre of anti-utopian literature or satire of institutions.


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Post by Admin on Tue Apr 18, 2017 4:06 pm

This was supposed to be a fictional biography created by you according to the information given in class, this is his actual biography so this does not accommodate to the activity proposed.

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