United kingdom dystopian author most widely known for the novels Nineteen Eighty-Four and Pet Farm. His additional works consist of an acclaimed autobiographical accounts from the Spanish Civil Battle and multiple politics essays. He was created in British-controlled India, and he shifted to Britain at age one. Like a son, he loved capturing, birdwatching, and angling. His writing regularly dealt with politics dystopia, threatened personality, and paranoia. His delivery name was Eric Arthur Blair. He and his two sisters had been the kids of Richard Walmesley Blair and Ida Mabel Blair. He was wedded to Eileen O’Shaughnessy until her loss of life in 1945. He wed second wife Sonia Brownell in 1949. He fathered one boy, Richard Horatio Orwell. He and H.G. Wells had been both prominent English writers of technology fiction.