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GEORGE ORWELL 1903-1950


GEORGE ORWELL 1903-1950


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GEORGE ORWELL 1903-1950

GEORGE ORWELL (real name Eric Arthur Blair) English writer, fought in Spanish Civil War on the Republican side and gained fame with novels Animal Farm (1944) and 1984 (1949)

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1944 1949 1950 1984 Arthur Blair Brother Eric Essayist Fame Fought Gained Novelist Novels Orwell Pseudonym Real Republican Socialist


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