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Questions about the English author Eric Arthur Blair, commonly known by his pen name George Orwell.
Answer Although he was already a popular writer, The Grapes of Wrath, published in 1939, propelled him into the ranks of Classic authors. His story of the Great Depression is still required reading for most high school classes in American Literature.
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"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 Daughter, 1935 K…
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Sorry about that a-holes earlier answer. Look man all you do is just do it when the time is right. Decide when your gonna do it and commit, just GENTLY AND SLOWLY place your arm around her like youre a crane lowering an atomic bomb that is unstable and youll be there. If she is going out with you th…
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Because he was an English officer. English had colonized India and had occupied it for almost 300 years. At the time of the story, the nationalist movement was going on in India and an anti-British feeling was very prevalent.
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Giving them free grain and providing entertainment on a grand scale.
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No, George Eastman did not get any awards. He was an innovator and a founder of the Kodak Company who was worth 95 million dollars when he died in 1932.
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George Orwell died In a London hospital.
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In '1984,' George Orwell was extremely effective in communicating the totalitarian regime, and life with big brother constantly watching. The leaders dominate the weak, who are willing to give up their privacy, and rights for the alleged 'protection' of the government. Ironically, recent revelations…
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In a literal sense, George Orwell satirizes the Bolshevik Revolution and Soviet communism. Orwell does not specifically target the communist system, but instead presents an allegory of the corruption of government in general. Using Animal Farm, Orwell mocks the rebels of the Bolshevik Revolution. T…
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Obviously, the main target of this grim satire is totalitarianism. However, Nineteen Eighty-Four also contains some jokes (if that's the right word)about Britain in the 1940s. To people familiar with period, it's pretty clear that there are veiled attacks on Brendan Bracken, who was Minister of Inf…
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Because of peer pressure.
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Well, just about any leader in the communist world could be used....Josef Stalin comes to mind first.
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Eric Arthur Blair whooo that is hi real name
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George Orwell was an agnostic.
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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.
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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.
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Eric Blair (George Orwell) spent a term at Wellington College and then moved to Eton
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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
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Oceania, Eastasia and Eurasia.
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Down and Out in Paris and London
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1984 is one of the best known novels by George Orwell. An effective theme of the novel is surveillance by the state.
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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.  
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George Orwell was born on June 25, 1903.
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A good place to look at for an example of Orwell setting the scene is the first sentence, which bears much significance: "It was a cold, bright day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen." Firstly, it paints the image of Oceania as being very dull and lifeless. Secondly, the time descri…
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It is widely believed that Orwell simply reversed the order of the last two digits of the year 1948.
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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 with the policies a…
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Orwell did not win any awards. The George Orwell Award, however, is named after him.
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This is a region centered on the islands of the Tropical Pacific
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Eric Blair
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"spikes" were the colloquial names for workhouses in england back in the 30's... this story takes place in a spike
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He was born in India but grew up in Britain. Despite this, he can be considered a British author. Orwell's, whose real name was Eric Arthur Blair, father worked for the Indian Civil Service when India was called the British Raj. They were British subjects and as such Orwell was considered British a…
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Animal Farm (1945) and Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949)
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I assume you have been asked this in school, the answer is the Dutch TV programme franchised as Big Brother, the concept of Big Brother occured in his 1948 book of the future that is titled: 1984. Big Brother is of a closely observed society, thought police, based on what he had observed of communis…
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Sorry, Comrade, the KGB did not exist under that banner in the time frame of Orwell"s Animal Farm, or it was just being organized. I believe Animal Farm was written in l949. It might have been the Pig. ( a sorry common slang term used by the Black Panther gang as a synonym for Police officer)- possi…
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George Orwell died on January 21, 1950 at the age of 46.
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At first, the pigs take Old Major's ideas and produce the Seven Commandments of Animalism being: Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy.Whatever goes upon four legs, or has wings, is a friend.No animal shall wear clothes.No animal shall sleep in a bed.No animal shall drink alcohol.No animal shall k…
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Its The Same George Lopez
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George's most famous book was 1984 or Animal Farm.
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George Orwell's real name was Eric Blair.yes it was but his full name was Eric Arthur Blair.just an fyi
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George Orwell went to school in Henley, England.
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He thinks he's 39.
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By reading George Orwell's 1984 novel, he may feared that a totalitarian society will come true eventually. People may lose their freedom of speech, thoughts and feelings and these may be controlled by a single organisation or government. Just like how the society in 1984 is portrayed as where the p…
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The main antagonist of George Orwell's 1984 is O'Brien, a highly-ranked Party member that brainwashes Winston, the protagonist, into completely surrendering to the customs, standards, and power of the Party. However, the Party in general, especially their leader Big Brother, could also be viewed as …
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Burmese Days (1934) , A Clergyman's Daughter (1935) , Keep the Aspidistra Flying (1936) , Coming Up for Air (1939) , Animal Farm (1945) and Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949)im looking for some more of george orwells books but i do know some of his keyworks were animal farm and nineteen eighty four.
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he wrote 8 novels in his lifetime. Animal Farm, 1984 and Down and Out in Paris and London being the most noteworthy.
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He started as a writer for College magazine in college, he joined the Imperial Police in India, he was a part time dishwasher when he struggled to find a job after leaving India, he became an official author, he was a producer for BBC, became a political commentator (which he hated), he joined the I…
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Eric Arthur Blair.
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George's most famous book was 1984 or animal farm
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It is not confirmed that she was vaporized, only implied. If this was the case, there could be a vast variety of reasons.
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England, I think.
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Orwell's desire was not change, but warning. Warning to a people who did not question authority, the laws enacted by that authority, and to fear those who desire absolute power. Power is in information, how that information in given to those who do not question and the horrible possibilities of abes…
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Burmese Days (1934) , A Clergyman's Daughter (1935) , Keep the Aspidistra Flying (1936) , Coming Up for Air (1939) , Animal Farm (1945) and Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949)
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In 1984, an example of allegory is Oceania! Oceania could be portrayed as the Christian heaven, with God being Big Brother
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He was 46.
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George Orwell was just a pen name for Eric Blair born in 1903. He chose this name because George was the patron saint of England and Orwell was th name of a river he liked. He was a heavy smoker most of his life which didn't help his weak lungs. He lived part of his life on a remote island in the He…
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Eric arthur Blair
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Burmese Days (1934) , A Clergyman's Daughter (1935) , Keep the Aspidistra Flying (1936) , Coming Up for Air (1939) , Animal Farm (1945) and Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949)
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As expressed in his famous books Animal Farm and 1984, oppression is more harmful than helpful. In his essay "Why I Write", Orwell stated "Every line of serious work that I have written since 1936 has been written, directly or indirectly, against totalitarianism and for democratic socialism, as I un…
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They invented the airplane
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Orwell's choice of titles has long been a matter of debate ; I , personally , feel that a number of factors were in play but the choice of a title is ultimately an author's prerogative . See the related link below to further information .
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Winston often dreams of a sunny pasture that he thinks of as what
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Typically satirical. Animal Farm, for example, was a satire about Russia in World War II. The story is literally about some animals on a farm who overthrow the farmer's rule, but then the pigs begin to rise to power and the cycle of tyranny starts all over again.
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Because no one would expect a bunch of barn animals to be so violent. The Russian revolution was sugar-coated with winning WWI.
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"big brother is watching you when...." you go to a store-cameras traffic lights-cameras .....its actually really similar to the world today
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Burmese Days (1934) , A Clergyman's Daughter (1935) , Keep the Aspidistra Flying (1936) , Coming Up for Air (1939) , Animal Farm (1945) and Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949)
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If you mean the 1984 movie staring John Hurt, then basically everything. Radford did an amazing job at recreating the movie in accordance with the book. Some very important similarities are room 101, Winston's relationship with Julia, the book, O'Brian, Winston's fear of rats, and the poem.
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Because his mum and dad decided to mae love in India
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Blast em'
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Yes! It's the only book which becomes more relevant as time goes by. It's creepy. And awesome.
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Orwell's novel Nineteen Eighty-Four was written in 1949.
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Burmese Days (1934) , A Clergyman's Daughter (1935) , Keep the Aspidistra Flying (1936) , Coming Up for Air (1939) , Animal Farm (1945) and Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949)'Shooting an Elephant'
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there was another person who asked this question, and they said it was on page 37 of their edition of the book
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George Orwell worked in Burma as part of the Indian Imperial Police, so he was part of the British occupation. He also displayed racist attitudes toward Burmese people in his writings.
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The purpose's are to entertain, persuade, and to inform. An entertaining purpose would be a fiction book like Brown Bear by Eric Carl, or one of the books in the Twilight series by Stephanie Meyer. An example of persuasion would be an essay trying to get somebody to do something. An informative purp…
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to persuade the reader of the "unspeakable wrongness" of capital punishment.
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His work, because he can get lost in it.
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Aldous Huxley , Anthony Burgess , Joseph Conrad , H.G. Wells , Noam Chomsky , Albert Camus , Howard Zinn , Ray Bradbury , John Milton , J. D. Salinger ... and the list goes on: http://www.tastekid.com/ask?f=1&q=george+orwell
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1. Down and Out in Paris and London 2. Nineteen Eighty-Four3. The Road to Wigan Pier 4. Homage to Catalonia 5. Animal Farm
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He is revealed to be an Outer Party member who inwardly rebels against the Party.
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George Orwell (Real name Eric Blair) in his book "Nineteen Eighty-Four" wrote a cautionary tale about a government , 'Big Brother' , that perpetuated itself at the expense of the individual citizen , mind control , an Oligarchical ruling class and perpetual war . [Not a world far different from our …
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Nationalism
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Orwell was an agnostic.
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The three world powers, Oceania, Eurasia and Eastasia are in constant conflict so that their populations don't become comfortable enough to become politically-minded and overthrow them. Some of the main conflicts are:Character vs. SocietyThis is a conflict because Winston does not believe in the Soc…
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Boxer is not the cleverest of animals and so when he takes up the motto of "I will work harder", and eventually he dies because of that, so the reader feels sorry for him.
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No he does not die. Winston remains physically, however his old independent self is killed. Winston has now fully committed to Big Brother. The part of Winston's mind that committed thought crime and had love affairs is now dead and lost forever.
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George Orwell's first published book was Down and Out in Paris and London (1933)
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