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George Orwell

Questions about the English author Eric Arthur Blair, commonly known by his pen name George Orwell.
The Burmese hate George Orwell in shooting the elephant because he  was British. The British had made India a colony of the empire and  unjustly occupied Burma. The Burmese wished for the British empire  to fall.
No. Different wordings for some parts but no explicit.
Ida Mabel Blair (née Limouzin).
George Orwell (Eric Blair) had and died from Tuberculosis also known as TB and Consumption while writing "1984" he died shortly after it's publication in 1949 George Orwell fell ill with Tuberculosis.
Orwell effectively tackles numerous themes in Ninenteen Eighty-Four. I have listed a few for you here.The effects of censorshipThe dangers of warThose who fight against the state are, ultimately, defeatedLove destroyed by powerYou could also say that the novels theme is simply to warn us about what...
Eric Blair (George Orwell) spent a term at Wellington College and then moved to Eton
War is PeaceFreedom is SlaveryIgnorance is StrengthAnother slogan is: "Who controls the past controls the future; who controls the present controls the past".
The Last Man in Europe was a potential title
he and his wife went to Spain in hiding so that the could get over the border to France :D
  George Orwell wrote 1984 as a warning after World War II, with the intention of describing a society that he would never want to live the day to see. Unfortunatly, he knew that it was more of a precaution to say this is how life for some was like in Germany or the Soviet Union. Both of these...
The sacred principles of Ingsoc, or English Socialism, are newspeak, doublethink, and mutability of the past.
Burma, which was then still a part of the British Empire.
He was a Socialist, but was opposed to Communism and especially Stalinism.
He adopted a pen name in 1933 whilst writing for the New Adelphi, George after the Parton Saint Of England and Orwell after the River Orwell in Suffolk. A place he admired
he was poor never even knew how to write it was all a myth he got all his books and quotes from other people such a fail.
Down and Out in Paris and London
His birth name was Eric Blair. He changed it because he was concerned about his parents reputation.He was shot in the neck during the Spanish Civil War and survived.He spoke: English, Greek, Latin, Burmese, Hindustan, Shaw-Karen, French, Spanish and Catalan.He was born in India and moved to England...
Name the famous writer who wrote under the pen name 'Nawab Rai'
the final result:the venture on animal farm has failed
he didn't serve in the British colony of Burma but instead was a colonial imperial officer. hope that helps!!
They call it "Big Brother" because the older brother is normally the one who watches everyone and keeps eye over everybody. And due to the fact that cameras are all over the Big Brother household, it refers to the term big brother.
George Orwell hardly used education in 1984 as a way to teach children/people about academic subjects. He mainly uses it when O'Brien says to Winston that they have to re-educate him in the Ministry of Love. This re-education is not based on academics but on loyalty to the Party and the love of Big...
Spent a term at Wellington, but went to Eton College as a King's Scholar from 1917-1921
To use up the products of the machine without raising the general standard of living.
Winston is very firm in his belief that the Party is only trying to conrol minds and is very good at resisting the "teachings" of O'Brien. O'Brien, being a member of the Party, calls this "slow learning."
Eric Blair chose to write under a pen name before the publication of first book Down and Out in Paris and London. He was worried that his "lower-upper-middle" class parents would be embarrassed of the book's subject matter and that he was surrounding himself with tramps and the homeless.His Father,...
The book animal farm is banned in many countries, such as china, as they believe that animals shouldn't be represented as people. So, they decided to ban it so that people wouldn't believe what they read, as it goes against their religion, that humans are created stronger and more dominant than...
Napoleon agrees to sell the wood to Frederick. But, an out roar happens when Napoleon realizes that Frederick has paid for the wood with fake bills.
Lack of privacy Vaporization/ the unperson the Proles Low standard of living Depiction of (war) enemies as barabaric and unworthy Obliteration of human emotions and instinct except loyalty to the Party
Georeg Orwell hypothesized that if society continued as it was going in his lifetime, by 1984, the world would become similar to the one illustrated in his book.
Winston feels very little affection for his wife. He unashamedly starts a very sexual relationship with Julia which shows that he cares little about his prior relationship. Winston also feels that his wife feels very little for him and instead lives to serve the Party.
He doesn't - it's misattributed. There is no evidence he said this  at all. It's more likely a summary of his position as interpreted  from 1984. See this site for a breakdown of the misattribution:
i dont know the answers ........................
No, this is not an example of irony. It is classified as a coincidence. Too many people confuse irony and coincidence. Do yourself a favor and the true definitions of each. Educating yourself concerning the differences will hopefully allow you to understand and speak intelligently concerning these...
Eileen O'Shaughnessy
Julia says she is the perfect party member in order to be able to break the big rules. She hates the Party but acts like she likes it in order to stay alive and get away with whatever she wants to do.
George Orwell spent his early childhood in India, later moved to England for schooling, and then spent some time in Burma.  He then spent some time in Spain, but finally returned to England.  
It is not confirmed that she was vaporized, only implied. If this was the case, there could be a vast variety of reasons.
Sorry that this is incomplete, but one of his many influences, was himself. He saw the progression of the soviet union (Animal Farm), he believed greatly in Socialism, and saw problems with society and wrote about them. He was less "influenced" by other authors, than he just saw the problems, and...
Napoleonbecause he was the one who started all the conflicts
"George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four is not just an attack on the Soviet Union, but also a criticism of Hitler's German Nazi Regime."He was aware of social injustice, opposed totalitarianism, and belief in democratic socialism.According to John McNair during an Interview with Ian Angus UCL 1964,...
She claims that she chose Winston because she just sensed that he was against the party like herself
The Dark-haired girl Falls, Winston then helps her up and she hands him a Letter saying "I Love You".
Aldous Huxley is George Orwell's mentor and he wrote a brave new  world.
the big fat cat died and names his journal money thief and likes to collect the chicasss
" When I saw the prisoner step aside to avoid the puddle I saw the mystery, the unspeakable wrongness, of cutting a life short when it is in full tide."
George Orwell's birth name was Eric Blair.
George Orwell was born on June 25, 1903.
Well, I would research any and all possible countries that you know had a totalitarian leader and then narrow it down to that leaders specific type of ruling. Here's a few countries to get your started: The Dominican Republic, Rafael Trujillo, 40's Germany, Adolf Hitler, 40's Cold War Russia,...
George Orwell wrote some of the most famous works of literature, including Animal Farm, a satire. He also wrote 1984, which is a very famous book about communism and socialism.
Communism, Socialism, Fascism, Capitalism etc... are all the same at the core, they use idealism to manipulate the population into supporting their Oligarchic goals. Just read Animal Farm, they were hopeful about a new idealistic form of "government" called "Animalism." However at the end the farm...
He represents the intellectual, too smart for his own good, so the Party makes him an "unperson" because educated smart people are a potential threat to the Party.
"George Orwell" was the pen name used by Eric Arthur Blair, an English author who lived from 25 June 1903 - 21 January 1950. He wrote several books, several of which were/are quite famous. Among them are these: Down and Out in Paris and London, 1933 Burmese Days, 1934 A Clergyman's...
Eric Blair (George Orwell) finished his novel "Nineteen Eighty-Four" on the island of Jura, Scotland .
Invasion/restriction of privacy. Frequent wars.
It is widely believed that Orwell simply reversed the order of the last two digits of the year 1948.
Freedom and enslavement or free will.   Found this answer from the following website...i think you need to pay money to view more: http://www.directessays.com/viewpaper/8488.html     = 1984 thematic statements =     The thematic statements chosen from the novel 1984 have a lot to do...
One of the main points to Orwell's novel is the danger of language being manipulated to the point that words no longer have the meanings they once had thus enabling the state/government to control thought itself in order to control what people think about because the symbols associated with the word...
No. The only thing the two books share in common is a condemnation of totalitarianism, and a genuine disgust with bureacracy of any kind.
The the quality of life is better than it used to be and constantly getting even better. That war is peace and ignorance is truth.
It was Down and Out in Paris and London.
-the tendency to enjoy being solitary For example, going for a walk by oneself can be considered suspicious
they got away from the humans rule but in the end the pigs started acting like humans. boxer, the hardest worker was murdered and sold to buy beer when it seems like he would've been treated better in his old age.
England of the modernist era
The late Eric Arthur Blair (25 June 1903 -- 21 January 1950) writing under the pen-name of George Orwell wrote "Nineteen Eighty-Four" .
Animal Farm is a classic work by George Orwell and a noted piece of literature, which, of course, may help the reader to catapult the imagination beyond the horizons of dogmatic adherence to idealistic or Utopian thoughts. It however, represents human characteristics in an analogy of animal...
It is about a group of animals who overthrow the farmer and take over "Manor Farm." The story tells about these animals as they establish life on their own and as free animals. As the story progresses, the pigs, especially Napoleon, take power and dominance over all the animals. "All animals are...
The proles wear normal clothes. Often rugged and ruined ones.The Outer Party wears boiled outlined blue jumpsuits. Which are given out by the Party since you work for the state.The Inner party members wears black jumpsuits and trousers, which means you could easily spot them.
Shooting An Elephant is a work of creative non-fiction, so while the details likely come from Orwell's imagination rather than an uncanny ability to recall details, the story is, on the whole, factual. Recreational elephant hunting was not unheard of in India during the time the story takes place.
"1984" was a book that very much foreshadowed what is happening now. Unfortunately, many people either can't or ae unwilling to see what is going on right in front of their eyes.In "1984", government surveillance was everywhere. Where you went, what you did, who you talked to... the government knew...
Minitrue was for purposes of propaganda .
If you are referring to Winston Smith in Orwell's 1984, Syme had worked with Winston at the Ministry of Truth, but one day, Syme just vanished. The party seems to have "vaporized" him. Winston had observed that Syme was too intelligent, too much of an intellectual, for his own good. The irony of...
People are entitled to their own privacy, thoughts, and beliefs. Some may believe that gays are unadvertised in society because of some beliefs but others may disagree. If you truly love him, (assuming that you or your friend/s have some sort of a relation to gays) I think it's worth it to just...
Most likely government and the changing of governments.