SAPHYR- WHORFF THEORY AND GERGE ORWELL

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SAPHYR- WHORFF THEORY AND GERGE ORWELL

Post by JTorresG11B on Mon Feb 27, 2017 7:21 pm

SAPHYR- WHORFF THEORY AND GERGE ORWELL
Eric Arthur Blair Known as George Orwell he became writer, he had developed his own writing style. He had been writing about imperialism after the three years he had been working with the police, firstly is evident how the culture in his first book Burmese Days had affected his literature, His experiences in police inspired him to critique a “cultural” aspect.
Keep the Aspidistra Flying Is a text in which he also demonstrates how the language between people becomes experiences and inspiration for a writer. I can say just with this two examples that Orwell’s texts are perfect examples about Literature being language and a communication mean, George had transmitted hundreds of messages around the world with each text he had wrote.

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Re: SAPHYR- WHORFF THEORY AND GERGE ORWELL

Post by Admin on Wed Apr 19, 2017 8:24 am

The redaction of the text is a little bit basic, yet it illustrates the three concepts, it could have been clearer, though.

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