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George Orwell

Summary: Essay discusses how George Orwell used politics in his writing.
George Orwell once said that he wanted to make political writing into an art. He felt it was his duty to "attack the Right, but not flatter the Left." His political views were formed from his experiences all over the world. George Orwell's political views of Socialism, Totalitarianism, and Imperialism are evident in three of his novels: Homage To Catalonia, Animal Farm, and Nineteen Eighty-Four.

George Orwell was born on June 25, 1903 in Motihari, Bengal, India. His real name was Eric Author Blair. His father worked for the Indian government. Eric, his mother, and his sister moved to Henley on Thames, England in 1904. He rarely saw his father until he was eight years old and his father retired. In 1911, Eric attended St. Cyprian's, a private boarding school south of London. His years at the school were traumatic. In later writings he referred to that period as "hell." Eric was...

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