Essay George Orwell 's Animal Farm

1840 Words Apr 1st, 2016 8 Pages
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 the world would be if the government controlled every detail about a person’s life (Editors). He had no time to enjoy his success and passed on soon after in the year 1950. The concept of society leads to an unstable way of living, and may be altered in any various way as it may be controlled to make it into a perfect future.
Originally born Eric Arthur Blair, George Orwell was born in Motihari, Bengal, India in 1903 as he was the son of a British civil servant as he was also born with a mother, older sister, and younger sister who came to be in the family much later. He didn’t know much about his father, and never became close to him even though he retired in 1912 (Editors). Orwell had been an often sick child and wrote a poem at age…

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