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      <h1 class="text-center">George Orwell</h1>
      <h4 class="text-center font-italic">"During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act"</h4>
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        <div class="caption text-center font-italic">George Orwell worked at the BBC World Service as a propaganda correspondent during World War II</div>
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        <h5>Rough timeline</h5>
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          <li>Jun 25, 1903 Born Eric Arthur Blair in Bengal</li>
          <li>1904 Moves to England with Mum and Sister</li>
          <li>1917 Awarded Scholarship to Eton</li>
          <li>1921 Leaves Eton without Diploma, records his time in in <em>"Such, such were the joys"</em></li>
          <li>1922 Moves to Burma to join British imperial Police</li>
          <li>1927 Resigns from Imperial Police</li>
          <li>1933 Eric Arthur Blair adopts his <em>nom de plume</em> as "George Orwell" to protect his family's privacy</li>
          <li>1934 Releases <em>"Burmese Days"</em> - A novel which recounts his days within the Imperial Police Force, highlighting prejudice and corruption within Imperial Burma.</li>
          <li>1935 Moves to London and releases his second novel, <em>"The Clergyman's Daughter"</em></li>
          <li>1936 Orwell releases his first book which achieved critical acclaim, <em>"The Road to Wigan Pier"</em> chronicles his time being comissioned to write an expose on the Northern English mining communities, and the horrors he sees of the people's
            squalid living conditions. The second half shows his nascent views arguing for a socialist society</li>
          <li>1936 Marries Eileen, and moves to Hertfordshire. Publishes <em>"Keep the Apidistra Flying"</em> towards year's end</li>
          <li>1937 Rushes to enlist and fight in the Spanish Civil War against the fascist Franco. Is shot in the throat one morning by a Sniper, but survives. Leaves Spain more solid in his hatred and resistance to Fascist ideas</li>
          <li>1938 Orwell writes and releases <em>"Homage to Catalonia"</em> chronicling his time in Spain</li>
          <li>1939 Britain joins the fight in WWII. Orwell volunteers for service but by this point is in no state to be in the Army. Increases his output as writer, releasing <em>"Coming up for Air"</em> in addition to essays and reviews</li>
          <li>1941 Takes job at BBC reading propaganda on Indian Broadcasts. Creates radio programs featuring work of Indian and English authors</li>
          <li>1943 Leaves BBC</li>
          <li>Blah blah blah</li>
          <li>1945 <em>"Animal Farm"</em> released to some resistance, as Russia is still an ally of Britain</li>
          <li>1947 Gets ill with T.B.</li>
          <li>1949 releases <em>"Nineteen Eighty-Four"</em></li>
          <li>1950 Dies, and is buried in a simple grave in Oxfordshire. His epitaph reading:<em>"Here lies Eric Arthur Blair"</em></li>
          <li>The end</li>
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        <h3>Want to know more? Check out the full <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Orwell" target="_blank">Wiki Page!</a></h3>
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          <p>“Perhaps the Party was rotten under the surface, its cult of strenuousness and self-denial simply a sham concealing iniquity.”</p>
          <footer><cite>George Orwell, 1984</cite></footer>
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