Writers are strange people who usually show to us their vision on the world. Sometimes we accept these opinions, but sometimes we argue with them. It is just normally that all people have own thoughts about things around. And the same is with George Orwell’s work “Why I write”, we can put his ideas somewhere deeply in the soul or throw away and forget.
George Orwell, as many writers, expresses his deem not being afraid of anything. He is a person in whom three motives for writing (sheer egoism, aesthetic enthusiasm, historical impulse) would outweigh the political purpose – the fourth motive. George Orwell was a prolific essayist and the author of numerous short stories, many of them based on his own experience in British – controlled Burma. As he writes- he spends five years in an unsuitable profession. But his job in Burma has given some understanding of the nature imperialism. George Orwell’s essay “Why I Write” offers the reader a look into one great writer’s motivation for writing, as Orwell lays out the only real reasons anyone writes.…
- Edgar Allan Poe
- George Gorgon Byron “The Spell is Broke, the Charm is Flown”
- George Orwell
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