"George Orwell" by Gordon Bowker - How the Author Positions the Reader
Biographies and autobiographies are shaped on what the author's beliefs and values are. This makes the biographies and autobiographies selected representations because the author only uses particular information to portray the person in a certain way. Since the person is written from the author's point of view, the reader will then be positioned to view that person in the same way the author views them. The reader can challenge the author because the representation is selective.
Eric Arthur Blair (George Orwell) was born in India in1903. His family moved to England in 1907.…
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