Keep the Aspidistra Flying Essay | Student Essay

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Happiness in Keep The Aspidistra Flying

Summary: Critical essay about happiness in Keep The Aspidistra Flying by George Orwell.
Happiness is the most crucial part of every life. Achieving lasting contentment in our world is often a hard feat. Happiness is different for different people of course, some focus on their relationships and love, others try to better the world around them, but for some, happiness is bought. These people center their lives around money and material items are key. People like this often end up being not truly happy, at least in the end. Once these material objects disappear, this person's entire tangible happiness is gone and nothing is left. In addition, reaching the Goldilocks nirvana of "just right" seems impossible. Money becomes an obsession, earning it, keeping it, multiplying it.

Writing about money is also an obsession. George Orwell is one author who explores money's power in such books as Keep The Aspidistra Flying. Orwell writes a journey through the life...

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