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GEORGE ORWELL (1903-1950). Pseudonym of Eric Blair. English novelist and essayist. Orwell broadcasting over the BBC in London, England, in 1943

GEORGE ORWELL (1903-1950). Pseudonym of Eric Blair. English novelist and essayist. Orwell broadcasting over the BBC in London, England, in 1943



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GEORGE ORWELL (1903-1950). Pseudonym of Eric Blair. English novelist and essayist. Orwell broadcasting over the BBC in London, England, in 1943

GEORGE ORWELL (1903-1950).
Pseudonym of Eric Blair. English novelist and essayist. Orwell broadcasting over the BBC in London, England, in 1943

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1943 Blair Communication Desk Eric Essayist Micro Phone Novelist Radio Orwell


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This print captures the iconic George Orwell, known by his pseudonym Eric Blair, in a moment of intense communication. Taken in 1943, during World War II, Orwell is seen seated at a desk with a microphone in front of him as he broadcasts over the BBC in London, England. Orwell's penetrating gaze and focused expression reveal his dedication to delivering his message through the airwaves. As an English novelist and essayist, he used this platform to share his profound insights on political and social issues that continue to resonate today. The image showcases not only Orwell's literary genius but also his ability to connect with people through radio. The microphone symbolizes the power of communication and how it can transcend physical boundaries. In this snapshot from history, we witness Orwell using this medium to reach out to listeners across England during a time of great uncertainty. Seated at his desk surrounded by books, Orwell exudes an aura of intellectualism and authority. His presence commands attention as he delves into topics that challenge societal norms and advocate for truth. This print serves as a reminder of George Orwell's enduring legacy as one of the most influential writers of the 20th century. It encapsulates both his commitment to free expression and his belief in using literature as a means for social change.

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