George Orwell was an English novelist, journalist, critic and writer known for his classic novels such as Animal Farm and 1984, published posthumously.
Anatole France (16 April, 1844 – 12 October, 1924) was a poet, journalist, bibliophile and a Nobel Prize in Literature winning novelist from France.
Michael Crichton (23 October, 1942 – 4 November, 2008) was an American author of medical fiction and techno-thrillers, as well as a successful filmmaker. Mr. Crichton is known for many projects, including Westworld, ER, Jurassic Park, and The Andromeda Strain.
In “Animal Farm” Orwell criticized the Russian Government and communism.
George Bernard Shaw (26 July 1856 – 2 November 1950) was a prize winning Irish playwright, journalist, polemicist and a public speaker.
This week George Orwell’s classic “1984” has been published all the way back in 1949. The dystopian novel with its all-seeing leader “Big Brother” because a symbol worldwide for intrusive and oppressive government bureaucracy. The story is about Winston Smith and his attempt to rebel against the totalitarian state in which he lives.