This essay is about George Orwell. . .I just had to compare some of his works. It is from my freshman year of college. . .enjoy!
Themes are the fundamental and often universal ideas explored in a literary work. George Orwell re-uses many of his themes in order to get his point across. In "Why I Write", Orwell states that one of the reasons he writes is for political purpose. He expresses this theme in his essays, "An Episode of Bed-wetting" and "St. Cyprian's", as well as his novels, "1984" and "Animal Farm".
In "An Episode of Bed-wetting" and "St. Cyprian's", Orwell expresses how he feels about the politics in the school, St. Cyprian's. While attending St. Cyprian's Orwell and many of the other boys who were not…
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