The party is not concerned with perpetuating itself. Who wields power is not important, providing that the hierarchical structure always remains the same.
After his first publication—the poem "Awake! Young Men of England", published in the Henley and South Oxfordshire Standard in 1914—Orwell continued to write for his school publications The Election Times and College Days / The Colleger .  He also experimented with writing for several years before he could support himself as an author. These pieces include first-hand journalism (. 1931's " The Spike "), articles (. 1931's "Hop-Picking"), and even a one-act play— Free Will . (He would also adapt four plays as radio dramas.)
“Shooting an Elephant” is a narrative essay by George Orwell about a conflicted period of Orwell’s life while he works as a police officer for the British Empire in colonial Burma. He despises the British Empire, and its presence in Burma, as do...
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