SAPHYR- WHORFF EVIDENCED IN ARTHUR ERI'S BLAIR BIOGRAPHY

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SAPHYR- WHORFF EVIDENCED IN ARTHUR ERI'S BLAIR BIOGRAPHY

Post by AMarismendiD11A on Wed Mar 01, 2017 7:33 pm

Eric Arthur Blair (25 June 1903 India – 21 January 1950 London), better known by the name of George Orwell, was an English novelist, essayist, journalist, and critic.
George Orwell created some of the sharpest satirical fiction of the 20th century with such works as Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty-Four. He was a man of strong opinions who addressed some of the major political movements of his times, including imperialism, fascism and communism.  This is the clearest way in which we can  notice how culture affects the literature I mean the life style of a novelist, and  commonly the novelists, essayists, journalists and all the people who writes  gets  motivated of what they watch and live in their daily life.
The language is a very important topic in the life of Eric Arthur Blair. Everyone knows that one of the principal ways someone can get influenced is reading because reading helps everyone to know different aspects and more than aspects is the way you see the world, everything changes and just few people can get advantage of this, like, George Orwell. He was so influenced about literature that he created some words.  We know is not so quite easy invent vocabulary, and the way he did it was mixing the adjectives, suffixes and adverbs of words that he already knew. These words that George Orwell created obviously served for some people, and it changes ways of how to live and how to watch the culture, new words mean new languages, new languages mean new cultures and with new cultures writers find more and new things about writing. And this has become a vicious circle since a long time until the present days.

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