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Is George Orwell a British author?

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 Indi (MORE)

What are examples of symbolism in 1984 by George Orwell?

Big Brother Throughout London, Winston sees posters showing a man gazing down over the words "BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU" everywhere he goes. Big Brother is the face of the (MORE)

What is the spike by George Orwell about?

  The Spike was written when Orwell was living intentionally as a tramp in London. It is about the unfairness that these people must go through and the way that people bel (MORE)

What are facts about George Orwell?

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: (MORE)

Lessons from George Orwells 1984?

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/ (MORE)

Why did George Orwell write Animal Farm?

George Orwell wrote the book because he was a democratic socialists, who was suspicious and a critic of Stalin. He wrote it because he wanted to make a political statement. Th (MORE)