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Discover the remarkable life of George Orwell... Free BONUS Inside! George Orwell, the son of a British civil servant, spent his life promoting social justice and equality while fighting against totalitarianism and elitism. His two best-known novels, 1984 and Animal Farm, depict the ultimate horror of a totalitarian government. Orwell wrote with passion about what he b Discover the remarkable life of George Orwell... Free BONUS Inside! George Orwell, the son of a British civil servant, spent his life promoting social justice and equality while fighting against totalitarianism and elitism. His two best-known novels, 1984 and Animal Farm, depict the ultimate horror of a totalitarian government. Orwell wrote with passion about what he believed. Eighty years after their publication, his novels are as relevant as ever. Citizens are spied on by CCTV cameras. Smartphones track people’s movements and activities. These same citizens give up their privacy not through government force but through the internet and social media. In many ways, Orwell’s dystopian future is the present in which we live. Discover a plethora of topics such as Early Life as a Police Officer in Burma Fighting in the Spanish Civil War Orwell during World War II Animal Farm and 1984 Late Life and Death And much more! So if you want a concise and informative book on George Orwell, simply scroll up and click the "Buy now" button for instant access!


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Discover the remarkable life of George Orwell... Free BONUS Inside! George Orwell, the son of a British civil servant, spent his life promoting social justice and equality while fighting against totalitarianism and elitism. His two best-known novels, 1984 and Animal Farm, depict the ultimate horror of a totalitarian government. Orwell wrote with passion about what he b Discover the remarkable life of George Orwell... Free BONUS Inside! George Orwell, the son of a British civil servant, spent his life promoting social justice and equality while fighting against totalitarianism and elitism. His two best-known novels, 1984 and Animal Farm, depict the ultimate horror of a totalitarian government. Orwell wrote with passion about what he believed. Eighty years after their publication, his novels are as relevant as ever. Citizens are spied on by CCTV cameras. Smartphones track people’s movements and activities. These same citizens give up their privacy not through government force but through the internet and social media. In many ways, Orwell’s dystopian future is the present in which we live. Discover a plethora of topics such as Early Life as a Police Officer in Burma Fighting in the Spanish Civil War Orwell during World War II Animal Farm and 1984 Late Life and Death And much more! So if you want a concise and informative book on George Orwell, simply scroll up and click the "Buy now" button for instant access!

30 review for George Orwell: A Life from Beginning to End (Biographies of British Authors Book 3)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jerry Jares

    Having never read any of George Orwell's work, I've been curious about two of his books (1984 and Animal Farm).  This is an enlightening book about the man, his time and the importance of his body of work.  I read it in one sitting because it was very compelling.  The author showed how Orwell developed his ideas from the life he led and the colonialism England was involved in during that time. Both of the books I mentioned in the last paragraph are widely read, even 70+ years after they were writ Having never read any of George Orwell's work, I've been curious about two of his books (1984 and Animal Farm).  This is an enlightening book about the man, his time and the importance of his body of work.  I read it in one sitting because it was very compelling.  The author showed how Orwell developed his ideas from the life he led and the colonialism England was involved in during that time. Both of the books I mentioned in the last paragraph are widely read, even 70+ years after they were written.  Various phrases (thought police, big brother, etc.) have entered common usage.  Even people who have not read the books know what these terms mean. I found this brief summary of George Orwell's life to be very satisfying.  It told me about his personal life, where he got his ideas, how his ideas grew or were honed, summations of his most important works, and Orwell's influence on his times - as well as ours.    

  2. 4 out of 5

    Saurabh Pandey

    This book discusses about the circumstances in which George Orwell grew up and wrote his books. Incidents which motivated him for writing his famous works. Living in Indian subcontinent he witnessed social issues and was moved by it due to which he pointed to the problems in a subtle way.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Crawford

    George Orwell wrote two books that are still very relevant today, Animal Farm and 1984. The book shows how his sympathy was with the lower classes. Even though he ended up working for England in India for a while he actually opposed British colonialism. The book also talks about his time in Spain, his belief in socialism and his death. To me 1984 is probably his most significant work and it warns people of a government with way too much control over its own people. One thing to consider is that 19 George Orwell wrote two books that are still very relevant today, Animal Farm and 1984. The book shows how his sympathy was with the lower classes. Even though he ended up working for England in India for a while he actually opposed British colonialism. The book also talks about his time in Spain, his belief in socialism and his death. To me 1984 is probably his most significant work and it warns people of a government with way too much control over its own people. One thing to consider is that 1984 was written before the widespread use of computers and mass media, both of which can have a major influence on how people think and behave.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Terri Gostola

    I thought that for a one hour biography, this book was very good. It delved into the circumstances in Orwell's life that influenced his political views and there were details about Orwell's written works that I had never heard about before. I have read "Animal Farm" and "1984" and I thought that the summaries of both books in this One Hour History were good. Well worth the read.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Brolie

    I absolutely love Hourly History. They have amazing writers, and this one is no exception. Even though parts of the biography were summaries of Animal Farm and 1984, the summaries were placed perfectly to show where Orwell's life and mindset were when he wrote them, so the summaries also seemed biographical. Well done!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kaustubh Kirti

    Story of one of the greatest dystopian authors told in the most humane way. Right from starting from scratch in the Burmese police to making writing work. Books make reading history interesting and worthwhile.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mark Lindholm

    History reader This book gives a concise narrative of George Orwell's short but productive life. I now have context to many of his famous works along with background on some of his lesser known works.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Darrylgann

    A concise biography A very good little biography. It was short and to the point. Defiantly entices one to read a more fuller biography of Orwell.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Timothy

    This is the first for me in a series of very short biographies. Concise, well written and I recommend.

  10. 5 out of 5

    David

    Good

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