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Hronicler of English culture His non fiction cultural and political criticism constitutes the majority of his work but Orwell also wrote in several genres of fictional literature Orwell is best remembered for his political commentary as a left wing anti totalitarian as he explained in the 1946 essay Why I Write every line of serious work that I have written since 1936 has been written directly or indirectly against totalitarianism and for democratic socialism as I understand Seasons in the Sun political criticism constitutes the majority of his work but Orwell also wrote in several genres of fictional literature Orwell is best remembered for his Dark Fever political commentary as a left wing anti totalitarian as he explained in the 1946 essay Why I Write every line of serious work that I have written since 1936 has been written directly or indirectly against totalitarianism and for democratic socialism as I understand

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Ing lexicon in the sharing of human knowledge This particular book is a collaboration focused on Essays by George OrwellMore info The bibliography of George Orwell includes journalism essays books and fiction written by the British writer Eric Arthur Blair pen name George Orwell 1903 1950 Orwell was a prolific writer on topics related to contemporary English society and literary criticism whom British newsweekly The Economist in 2008 declared perhaps the 20th century's best c


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    in Cataluña in Burma in BurmaI should have to shoot the elephant after allI stood there with the rifle in my hands that I first grasped the hollowness the futility of the white man's dominion in the EastI fired a third time that was the shot that did for him Finally I fired my two remaining shots into the spot where I thought his heart must beThis is a collection of essays some note worthier than others obviously It includes his experiences in Cataluña with wife and in Burma as a police officer as well as a critical sharp awareness of a falling empire The British oneThe collection includes such apparently trivial issues as the preparation of tea; and one essay on toads You figure Direct and incisive


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    Truly fascinating was the experience whilst reading 1947 one of my most favorite writers George Orwell taking the best of another favorite Leo Tolstoy on his Pamphlet on Shakespeare uite interestingly I never knew Leo Tolstoy being so senile at least Orwell proved him to be one Tolstoy's views on King Lear are enormously degrading and how Orwell defends it is very amusing I enjoyed the essay ' Lear Tosltoy and the Fool' 'Tolstoy was not a saint but he tried very hard to make himself into a saint and the standards he applied to literature were other worldly ones It is important to realize that the difference between a saint and an ordinary human being is a difference of kind and not of degree That is the one is not to be regarded as an imperfect form of the other The saint at any rate Tolstoy’s kind of saint is not trying to work an improvement in earthly life he is trying to bring it to an end and put something different in its place One obvious expression of this is the claim that celibacy is ‘higher’ than marriage If only Tolstoy says in effect we would stop breeding fighting struggling and enjoying if we could get rid not only of our sins but of everything else that binds us to the surface of the earth—including love then the whole painful process would be over and the Kingdom of Heaven would arrive But a normal human being does not want the Kingdom of Heaven he wants life on earth to continue This is not solely because he is ‘weak’ ‘sinful’ and anxious for a ‘good time’ Most people get a fair amount of fun out of their lives but on balance life is suffering and only the very young or the very foolish imagine otherwise Ultimately it is the Christian attitude which is self interested and hedonistic since the aim is always to get away from the painful struggle of earthly life and find eternal peace in some kind of Heaven or Nirvana The humanist attitude is that the struggle must continue and that death is the price of life ‘Men must endure their going hence even as their coming hither Ripeness is all’—which is an un Christian sentiment Often there is a seeming truce between the humanist and the religious believer but in fact their attitudes cannot be reconciled one must choose between this world and the next And the enormous majority of human beings if they understood the issue would choose this world They do make that choice when they continue working breeding and dying instead of crippling their faculties in the hope of obtaining a new lease of existence elsewhere'


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