The Students for Humanity Review

February 13, 2018

Eric Arthur Blair, alias George Orwell, is one of the most representative writers of English tradition. He was a journalist, son of a minor colonial official in India, known for his critical and cosmopolitan character with decisive anti-imperialist positions.During his life, that covers a key part of the 20th century, he couldn't stand the dominance of men over other men. His works are critical, science-fiction, even futuristic, so as to create a personal genre. The real polemic monsters of his literary production are all kinds of totalitarianism, but it would be too simplistic to limit his controversy only to authoritarian regimes: the fears and the omens of Eric Blair are more extensive. A critical reading of "1984", his most famous novel, confirms this thesis. The story tells of an apoc...

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