Mon. Oct 2nd, 2023

George OrwellThe name of George Orwell is worldwide famous for the creativity which he had done earlier. He is well known for his writings. In fact, he was a great novelist, poet, philosopher critic, essayist, and a political polemicist of his time. The contemporaries used by him in this writing were very clear and good and are innovative. His ideas in novels and poetry gives best teaching of humanity to the public. Here are some special facts related to George Orwell and his writings with which almost general public remained untouched.

  • George Orwell was a British from his childhood. He was born in India and acquires citizenship of British Empire on his young age. Before making his image as writer, he served Burma Imperial Police for a period of 5 years from 1922 to 1927. He also joined home Guard during Second World War and also served BBC for sometime.
  • He gained utmost popularity as a famous literary and political commenter while giving his contribution to the success of American Periodicals as well as other popular newspaper and magazines of Britain.
  • His creativity named Nineteen Eighty Four and the Animal Farm was a masterpiece of his writing out of which the latter one was highly criticized by many publishers because it is believed by them that the theme of Animal Farm is based on Soviet American Relationship and may hurt moral of natives living there.
  • George Orwell also participated in the Spanish war. He was a famous writer during World War II. Who traveled across the world and visit to foreign countries like France, England, Burma, Spain and Paris? He started his career as a professional writer when he reached the age of 20.

These are the 4 specials but very encouraging facts about George Orwell which makes him a wonderful personality and man of famous writings. His writings are still the premier choice for reader who loves reading novels.



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