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Eric Arthur Blair, also known by his pen name George Orwell was a novelist best known for his novels 1984 and Animal Farm.
Eric was born on June 25, 1903 in India to an upper middle class family. He was born to father Richard Walmesley Blair and mother Ida Mabel Blair. Eric had two sisters Marjorie and Avril. When Eric was a year old his mother moved him and his sister to England without her husband. When Eric was five years old he went to school at a Roman Catholic convent. Eric hated school and later wrote an essay communicating his feelings about his time at the school.
George Orwell's Biography
According to the Students for an Orwellian Society, while in school, Eric wrote two poems that were published in the Henley and South Oxfordshire Standard. He later transferred to Wellington and then to finally to Eton. Evidence suggests that Eric was not a very good student. He neglected his studies to help create a collegiate magazine called The Election Times. After leaving Eton, Blair enrolled to be in the Imperial Police in Burma. Blair's post with the Imperial Police gave him quite a bit of responsibility for a person so young. At one point he was responsible for the safety of 20,000 people. He moved through several different posts but in 1927 he contracted dengue fever. While on holiday in England, he reassessed his life and decided that he would not return to the imperial police so that he could be a writer.
George Orwell's Work
One of the tactics that he used for inspiration for his writing was to "slum it." He lived on the street and wrote "The Spike" and Down and Out in Paris and London. Taking on his pen name, Orwell wrote about social injustice and socialism. His two best known books 1984 and Animal Farm have sold more than any other 20th century author. He has been named one of the most influential writers of the 20th century.