How Many Novels Did George Orwell Write in his Lifetime?

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How Many Novels Did George Orwell Write in his Lifetime?

Are you interested in the literature? Do you have any information about the lives of the different writers in the history? Who is your favorite writer in the history? In the history, there are lots of different novels, books, poems as the literature work and from the history people have been reading the books and on the other hand in order to express their feelings they are writing the different kinds of the literature. At this point, when we look at the history of the humanity, it is possible to see that there are lots of different famous writers and they affect the humanity with the works that they write. Today we are going to make a short analysis about the life and the works of the writer whose name is George Orwell and we will give some information about works of him from the point of the politics. Now, let’s look at the life and the different works of the George Orwell.

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The Life and the significant works of George Orwell

When it is looked at the history, it is possible to see that there are lots of important figures and writes that affect the whole world at the point of the literature and at that point George Orwell is one of the most significant writes in the history. Now we will give some information about the life of Orwell. When it is looked at the original name of the writer, it is seen that his name is Eric Arthur Blair and he is born in the year of 1903 and he dies in 1950, he is one of the major writers of the English literature and he has lots of the different works that affect the English Literature too much. When we look at the number of the works of the George Orwell we see that he has 6 different novels in his lifetime and their names are Burmese Days (1934) , A Clergyman’s Daughter (1935) , Keep the Aspidistra Flying (1936) , Coming Up for Air (1939) , Animal Farm (1945) and Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949). 

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The common points of these works are their being the political and in each different work, the writer criticizes a political system or other things that are related to the politics. For example, in his work of Animal Farm the writer criticizes the system of communism that is available in that period in the country of Russia and on the other hand in his other work Nineteen Eighty-Four again he criticizes the system of totalitarianism and the dangers of that system to the people. Because of the fact that he has lots of critic books from the point of the politics, his books are very important for most of the people, in order to get lots of different information about the time of the politic systems people are still reading his works with getting pleasure and it seems that in the future again people will read them.

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