Analysis Of Animal Farm, By George Orwell

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The future is predicted as a place different from before and is anticipated to be a negative imaginary world portrayed through the thoughts of the author, George Orwell. George Orwell had grown into a well known, “English novelist, essayist, and critic most famous for his novels Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty-Four.” (Editors) Orwell had a difficult life as he had different jobs to make him a decent amount of money and though George Orwell was not his original name, he used it in order to not embarrass his family. The modernist author George Orwell had used writing as a time to escape from his exhausting life, and had published the two novels he was best known for especially as Nineteen Eighty-Four had explained from his perspective on how …show more content…
Orwell speaks through Nineteen Eighty-Four in regards of the social and civil liberties as Orwell tried to depict how the world had been at the time which was modernist thinking (“Modernism”). In addition to his other book, Animal Farm, they both represented “social unrest and societal failure with the rise of new governments. In these books all civil liberties have been taken away, the government controls all facets of society, and eventually tries to control the human process” (“Modernism”) which reflects Orwell’s fear as he was in the Spanish Civil War and experienced everything first hand. Orwell expressed his feelings and emotions through his famous books as they were being read by many people at the time. Writing stories was a way for him to depart from existence and enter a different world he loved and enjoyed. His books were not only fictional, however, they proved his thoughts on the matter as to how the government would run society and what the outcome would turn

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