Thursday, March 10, 2016


George Orwell was a man of insight and bravery. As a writer, he revealed his abiding desire to 'tell people what they do not want to hear,' in the most succinct of techniques. Since Orwell wrote the truth, his writing was to follow a clear and straightforward style; he relied on not only what his argument was, but how his argument was said. Orwell was to sacrifice linguistic freedom in order to gain societal freedom.