Analysis Of George Orwell 's ' The First Place '

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The main purpose of an exposition is to bring out the relationship between the book and law. It not only takes into consideration the laws that are coded, but also the basic and natural laws that govern our everyday lives. This part shall highlight the reasons as to why the novel was written in the first place. It shall answer questions like why did the author bother to pick up a pen, articulate his thoughts into words, and take time to write such a lengthy piece in an organised manner. This part calls for exploration and asks the reader to delve into the intricacies of the thought process and beliefs of the author.
It is said that George Orwell underwent a huge deal of trouble, not only mentally, but physically as well, during the period
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First I spent five years in an unsuitable profession (The Indian Imperial Police, in Burma), and then I underwent poverty and the sense of failure. This increased my natural hatred of authority and made me for the first time fully aware of the existence of the working classes, and the job in Burma had given me some understanding of the nature of imperialism: but these experiences were not enough to give me an accurate political orientation. Then came Hitler, the Spanish Civil War, etc. By the end of 1935 I had still failed to reach a firm decision. The Spanish war and other events in 1936-37 turned the scale and thereafter I knew where I stood. Every line of serious work that I have written since 1936 has been written, directly or indirectly, against totalitarianism and for democratic socialism, as I understand it. It seems to me nonsense, in a period like our own, to think that one can avoid writing of such subjects. Everyone writes of them in one guise or another. It is simply a question of which side one takes and what approach one follows. And the more one is conscious of one 's political bias, the more chance one has of acting politically without sacrificing one 's aesthetic and intellectual integrity."
"...I write because there is some lie that I want to expose, some fact to which I want to draw attention, and my initial concern is to get a hearing. ...Of late years I have tried to write less picturesquely and more exactly. ANIMAL FARM was the first book in
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