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George Orwell
   wrote   
Animal Farm
Famous satirical allegory of Soviet totalitarianism during the Stalin era.
George Orwell
   is a pen name of   
Eric Arthur Blair
1984, Animal Farm
George Orwell
   was born on   
June 25, 1903
British author; author of "Animal Farm" and "1984"
George Orwell
   said   
"The Quickest Way of Ending a War is to Lose It"
George Orwell
   said   
"Man is the Only Creature That Consumes Without Producing"
Animal Farm
George Orwell
   lifespan was   
1903-1950
English writer; author of Nineteen Eighty-Four and Animal Farm
George Orwell Real Name Was: Eric Arthur Blair
   is   
True
George Orwell
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984)
Based on the 1949 book '1984'
George Orwell
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Keep the Aspidistra Flying (1997)
Based on the 1936 book
George Orwell
   wrote   
Burmese Days
A tale about the waning days of British imperialism after World War I.
George Orwell
   wrote   
Coming Up for Air
It is the most culturally English of his novels with alarums of war mingling with images of an idyllic Thames-side Edwardian childhood. The novel is pessimistic - industrialism and capitalism have killed the best of Old England, and there are great, new external threats.
George Orwell
   wrote   
Keep the Aspidistra Flying
It is set in 1930s London. The main theme is the protagonist's romantic ambition to give up money and status, and the dismal life that results.
George Orwell
   created the character   
Winston Smith
1984
George Orwell
   created the character   
Old Major
Animal Farm
George Orwell
   created the character   
Napoleon
Animal Farm
Such, Such Were the Joys by George Orwell
   was titled from the literary source   
The Echoing Green
William Blake
George Orwell
   wrote   
Nineteen Eighty-Four
Anti-utopian novel about human degradation in a totalitarian state
Manor Farm
   was created by   
George Orwell
Setting for "Animal Farm", 1945
Foxwood
   was created by   
George Orwell
One of the farms bordering Manor Farm, from "Animal Farm"
Sugarcandy Mountain
   was created by   
George Orwell
Imaginary utopia in the preachings of Moses, the raven, from "Animal Farm"
Victory Mansions
   was created by   
George Orwell
Run-down London building where Winston Smith lives, in "Nineteen Eighty-Four", 1949
Charrington's Shop
   was created by   
George Orwell
Antique shop in prole section of London, from "Nineteen Eighty-Four"
Ministry of Love
   was created by   
George Orwell
"Nineteen Eighty-Four"
Golden Country
   was created by   
George Orwell
Place about which Winston often dreams, in "Nineteen Eighty-Four"
Chestnut Tree Cafe
   was created by   
George Orwell
"Nineteen Eighty-Four"
George Orwell
   created the character   
Snowball
Animal Farm
George Orwell
   created the character   
Boxer
Animal Farm
George Orwell
   created the character   
Squealer
Animal Farm
George Orwell
   created the character   
Clover
Animal Farm
George Orwell
   created the character   
Moses
Animal Farm
George Orwell
   is buried in   
All Saints Churchyard, Oxfordshire, England
Author, d. 1950
George Orwell
   was an   
Author
English author of Animal Farm and 1984 (1903-1950)
George Orwell
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Nineteen Eighty Four (1984)
Based on the 1949 book '1984'






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