Eric Arthur Blair

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Noun1.Eric Arthur Blair - imaginative British writer concerned with social justice (1903-1950)
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George Orwell (Eric Arthur Blair) wrote two great masterpiece novels; Animal Farmand 1984, each etching an indelible mark on English literature.
Fellow author George Orwell went there too, although under his previous name of Eric Arthur Blair.
1950: George Orwell (pen name of British author Eric Arthur Blair) died.
As George Orwell (whose actual name was Eric Arthur Blair) once famously said, 'Political language is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable, and to give an appearance of solidity to pure wind.' While this claim was probably an exaggeration at the time he made it (in early 20th century British Empire), Orwell has been vindicated by modern day Pakistani politicians, especially in the post-Panama scenario.
The name Eric Arthur Blair may not register, but he is the author behind '1984' and 'Animal Farm' - George Orwell; during martial law, the light of critical journalism would have been snuffed out if not for guerrilla publishers who used pseudonyms; the propaganda movement might have failed if not for the works of Laong Laan, Plaridel, Jomapa, and other nameless publishers.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- George Orwell (Eric Arthur Blair) coined the concept of doublethink in his dark, dystopian novel "1984" about a totalitarian, one-party regime.
The house where Orwell was born as Eric Arthur Blair in 1903 when his father worked under the British Raj lay in ruins for decades with pigs and dogs roaming around before the state government woke up to the need to preserve and renovate it as a historical monument on the lines of the birthplaces of William Shakespeare and Leo Tolstoy in England and Russia, respectively.
Orwell, born Eric Arthur Blair, was a year old when his mother, Ida Blair, moved with him to Oxfordshire and he never visited his birthplace again.
Between the two, Orwell (Eric Arthur Blair) wrote to friends, family, fans and acquaintances.
By what name was the author Eric Arthur Blair better known?