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George Orwell's Novels

A set of George Orwell's novels. Orwell is famous for addressing political movements and social injustice with a satirical pen.
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CoverTitleYear PublishedMain CharactersShort Summary
Burmese Days1934Flory, Elizabeth Lackersteen, Dr. Veraswami, U Po KyinSet in colonial Burma, this novel tells the story of a disillusioned teak merchant whose opposing feelings of love for Burma and racism fuel his desire for a European wife who will share his passion for Burmese culture. He thinks he has found her when he meets Elizabeth Lackersteen, but their relationship is never what either truly wants it to be.
A Clergyman's Daughter1935Dorothy Hare, Mr. WarburtonDorothy, the daughter of a clergyman, finds herself on the road with a group of petty criminals, after developing amnesia. Slandered by a local gossip who saw her in the unwanted embrace of a suitor, Dorothy's plight becomes quite drastic. Eventually her father is able to send help which allows her to get a job at a school. When she is dismissed from this job, she returns home to continue her old routine.
Keep the Aspidistra Flying1936Gordon Comstock, Rosemary Waterlow, Philip RavelstonGordon Comstock leaves his good advertising job to fulfill a dream of romantic poverty with the ostensible purpose of writing poetry. His girlfriend, Rosemary, still works at the advertising agency and wishes for him to return. After a series of failures, Rosemary informs him that she is pregnant. He returns to his former life and marries her.
Coming Up for Air1939George Bowling, Hilda BowlingA surge of nostalgia prompts George Bowling to return to his childhood home, only to find that many of his old haunts have been changed or destroyed.
Animal Farm1945Old Major, Napoleon, Snowball, BoxerA clear allegory of the Russian Revolution and the development of the Soviet Union, this novel tells the tale of Snowball and Napoleon, two pigs who overthrow their farmer. Though the Animal Farm initially runs smoothly as an egalitarian community, Napoleon eventually runs Snowball out and uses his new power to control the animals and utilize their resources for himself.
Nineteen Eighty-Four1949Winston Smith, Julia, O'Brien, Big BrotherAfter the collapse of the world's governments, three superstates have taken control. Oceania, controlled by Big Brother and the Thought Police, is home to Winston Smith who works at the Ministry of Truth rewriting history. As he thinks back to his childhood, he begins to question the dictates of the Party.
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