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Analysis of "Animal Farm" by Eric Blair
Blair was born in Bengal in 1903, educated at Eton, and after working for the Indian Imperial Police in Burma, returned to Europe and started writing novels and essays for a living under his pen name 'George Orwell.' He was a political writer of his time, and usually wrote from his intense feelings and fierce hates. He hated government having complete control, and served in the Loyalist forces in the Spanish Civil War.
He contradicted himself in many ways. He was a socialist while hating communism and was a literary critic while distrusting intellectuals. He hated how the w…
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