Who Is George Orwell's Intellects?

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Orwell hated intellects though ironically, he was and intellect himself. Intellectuals, especially those from Britain were accused by Orwell for a range of sins, lack of patriotism, resentment of money, physical vigor, concerted sexual frustration, pretension and dishonesty. However, Orwell recognized his own accusations within himself and trounced such tendencies. This separated him from other intellectuals. Additionally, Orwell believed intellectuals were disconnected from British culture as they often scoffed at cultural things such as Horse Racing and Suet pudding. Moreover, he also had a distaste for how Intellectuals wrote. In an essay called Politics of The English Language, Orwell outlined a set of rules which banned fancy and high
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