George Orwell was the pen name of English author Eric Blair. He was born in 1903 in Bengal, India; He was born to Robert Blair and his wife whose name is unknown to this day. He was the second of three children. He was born to a poor family and did well to get by every month. .
During Orwell's life he did many things other than be an author. He was a police officer, as young as 21, then at 27 he became a full time writer in Paris. Then at 29 he returned to London penniless and worked at a series of low-paying jobs. Then from 29-35 He joined the militia of the Partido Obrero de Unification Marxista (Poum), and fought in the Spanish Civil War. Then in 1939 at the outbreak of WWll he joined the Indian service of the British Broadcasting Company (BBC) as an overseas broadcaster. In 1941-43 he became a columnist for the Partisan Review, 1941; traveled to France, Germany, and Austria as a reporter at the end of WWll. .
When Orwell was 27 he became interested in writing about his curiosity in British imperialism. His first book Down and Out in Paris and London (1933) was about his hard experiences trying to make it as an author. Orwell only won one award why he was alive for his writings that award was the first annual award for a distinguished body of work from the Partisan Review in 1949. .
Orwell also wrote many other books in his time he wrote about 12 other works. These works consisted of, Burmese Days, A Clergyman's Daughter, Keep the Aspidistra Flying, The road to Wigan Pier, Homage to Catalonia, Coming up for air, Inside the whale, Nineteen Eighty-Four, Shooting an Elephant, and Such were the Joys. His only other known writing was the novel Animal Farm. This is the novel that the rest of this paper will inform you of. .
The characters in Animal were not the most believable or realistic things but they did prove Orwell's point in writing this book. But in a way even though they are talking animals they are natural because people could have the traits of these animals.