Eric Arthur Blair (25th June 1903-21st January 1950), we know him as George Orwell the author of the famous modern novella Animal Farm (1945), was a man survived through the struggle of life. He was born in Motihari, a town in Bengal in the British Raj India. He was the son of Richard Blair, a British official, with low salary, and a French woman, Ida Mabel Blair (nee Limouzin). His father retired after his birth and the troubles started due to lack of money. It became difficult to them to bear the expenditure and has to return to England around 1907. The poverty and anxieties of poor were firmly set in his mind in early childhood which persisted for longer time in his life. Later it reflected in his writings. The scars of poverty stuck so deep in his life that he described them into his autobiographical essay Such, Such were the Joys (posthumously published in 1953). He was sent to a boarding school on the Sussex coast in 1911 where he became aware of his and his family’s social status...


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