Summary and Analysis of George Orwell’s Why I Write

Why I Write by George Orwell: A Summary and Analysis Why do authors write? What is their purpose? Do they want recognition, money or anything else? Is there something common among all writers? Orwell answers several such questions about writers that frequently boggle readers’ minds in his ‘Why I Write’. Starting from his early childhood … Read moreSummary and Analysis of George Orwell’s Why I Write

Orwell’s Shooting an elephant: Summary, Analysis & Essay Questions

‘Shooting an Elephant by George Orwell : Summary & Analysis’ Shooting an Elephant presents an account of George Orwell’s, originally Eric Blair, life in Burma where he was posted as a subdivisional police officer of the British. Burma was a major inspiration for Orwell and his works and remained an important influence throughout his literary … Read moreOrwell’s Shooting an elephant: Summary, Analysis & Essay Questions

Summary and Analysis of George Orwell’s A Hanging

A Hanging by George Orwell Summary and Analysis Burma or Myanmar as it is called now, was an important influence on George Orwell’s works and life. The small Asian country has featured over and again in Orwell’s works and particularly in his three novels, Burmese Days, Animal Farm and 1984. Orwell was born in India … Read moreSummary and Analysis of George Orwell’s A Hanging

Summary and analysis of Orwell’s You and the atomic bomb

George Orwell’s You and The Atomic Bomb: Summary & Analysis While many people have written about the Atom Bomb and its effects on world peace and unity, Orwell’s piece tackles the subject from an altogether different angle. The essay is sarcastic as well as analytical and highlights some very serious issues related with the possession … Read moreSummary and analysis of Orwell’s You and the atomic bomb

George Orwell’s Reflections on Gandhi : Summary and Analysis   Orwell’s Reflections on Gandhi is one of his most important essays evaluating and judging the popular saint’s personality, perspective and works from several angles. The author has tried his best to remain impartial because when it comes to Gandhi, it is generally difficult to remain … Read more

George Orwell’s Politics and the English Language: Summary and Analysis

George Orwell’s Politics and the English Language George Orwell’s Politics and the English Language raises somewhat similar concerns as his ‘1984’. It is one of his most famous essays written about the decay of language and its use  to conceal political sins. It raises concerns regarding the spreading decay of language whose roots lie somewhere … Read moreGeorge Orwell’s Politics and the English Language: Summary and Analysis