From a very early age, Orwell knew that he would be a writer. His early attempts were, of course, crude and focused on comic poems and internal running dialogue. Through his late teenage years, he tried to abandon the idea but still knew that eventually he would have to become a writer. Throughout his life, Orwell widely read and enjoyed literature and early in life decided he would write long, naturalistic novels with unhappy endings. Writers must not completely escape their primal emotional temperament or they will destroy the impulse to write. Writers are compelled to write by one or more of four reasons.
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Summary and Analysis of George Orwell’s Why I Write
Another is that, as Europeans go, the English are not intellectual. Literature, especially poetry, and lyric poetry most of all, is a kind of family joke, with little or no value outside its own language-group. The clatter of clogs in the Lancashire mill towns, the to-and-fro of the lorries on the Great North Road, the queues outside the Labour Exchanges, the rattle of pin-tables in the Soho pubs, the old maids hiking to Holy Communion through the mists of the autumn morning — all these are not only fragments, but characteristic fragments, of the English scene.
Within this novel England has become a totalitarian society in which every aspect of the lives of its citizens is controlled by the state and even the possibility of independent thought has been destroyed. Winston turned round abruptly. He had set his features into the expression of quiet optimism which it was advisable to wear when facing the telescreen.
Things like forum discussions, reflections and simple question-answer assignments are cheap cause they're small and it's really difficult to mess them up cause they don't require a lot of research or thinking.