How did the work that influenced Orwell's philosophy about the poor, demonstrate his feelings about the poor segment of society? If Orwell was commissioned to write an amount poetry among the...

How did the work that influenced Orwell's philosophy about the poor, demonstrate his feelings about the poor segment of society?

If Orwell was commissioned to write an amount poetry among the working classes in the depressed areas of Northern England. He also observed coal miners and other poor people in difficult situations, then produced the book "The road to Wigan Pier"

How did this work demonstrate his feelings about the poor segment of society?

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Orwell wrote both The Road to Wigan Pier from the experience of living among the poor. No other author seemed to have been able to capture the lives of the poorest element of society as Orwell did in these two works.

According to Robert C. Lieberman, professor of Political Science at Columbia University, in The Road to Wagon Pier Orwell described the main component of poverty as filth. It was everywhere. In addition poverty wreaked...

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