5 George Orwell Books That Are A Must-Read

  • 1. Animal Farm (1945)- A book that combines animal fable with political satire is an interesting read that is abundant in life-lessons.
  • 2. 1984 (1948)- 1984 is one of the most popular works of George Orwell that defined dystopia for the world when it first released in 1948. It stills remains a very interesting read for book-lovers around the globe.
  • 3. Down and Out in Paris and London (1933)- This book documents George's time as a young, struggling writer living in poverty in Paris and London. This book showcased his writing talent to the world.
  • 4. Keep the Aspidistra Flying (1936)- Semi-autobiographical, Keep the Aspidistra Flying is a unique insight into Orwell’s own development as a young writer.
  • 5. Homage to Catalonia (1938)- The book Homage to Catalonia is the description of George Orwell's experiences in the battle for freedom and the quest of a better world during the Spanish Civil War in 1936.

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