How does Orwell use figurative and connotative language, and how does his language affect the tone of his works?
George Orwell is one of the most celebrated writers of the twentieth century. This is for good reason. He created some of the most memorable works of literature of the time period, and these have served as excellent extended metaphors for one of the most intense times in the history of Western society. Orwell's works aren't just famous for the topics they covered. They're also excellent pieces of literature in and of themselves. He uses connotative and figurative language throughout novels like 1984 and Animal Farm to draw the reader in and express his key points. Let's take a look at
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