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George Orwell  - In 1949 he wrote "1984" - britishheritage.org
George Orwell  - In 1949 he wrote "1984" - britishheritage.org
George Orwell  - In 1949 he wrote "1984" - britishheritage.org
George Orwell  - In 1949 he wrote "1984" - britishheritage.org
George Orwell  - In 1949 he wrote "1984" - britishheritage.org
George Orwell  - In 1949 he wrote "1984" - britishheritage.org
George Orwell  - In 1949 he wrote "1984" - britishheritage.org
George Orwell  - In 1949 he wrote "1984" - britishheritage.org
George Orwell  - In 1949 he wrote "1984" - britishheritage.org
George Orwell  - In 1949 he wrote "1984" - britishheritage.org
George Orwell  - In 1949 he wrote "1984" - britishheritage.org
George Orwell  - In 1949 he wrote "1984" - britishheritage.org
George Orwell  - In 1949 he wrote "1984" - britishheritage.org
George Orwell  - In 1949 he wrote "1984" - britishheritage.org

Under his pen name "George Orwell", Eric Arthur Blair (1903 –1950), was an English novelist, essayist, journalist and critic. Best known known for the allegorical Animal Farm (1945) and the dystopian Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949), his work remains influential in popular and political culture. The...

JR Tolkien -  The Lord of LOTR - britishheritage.org
JR Tolkien -  The Lord of LOTR - britishheritage.org
JR Tolkien -  The Lord of LOTR - britishheritage.org
JR Tolkien -  The Lord of LOTR - britishheritage.org
JR Tolkien -  The Lord of LOTR - britishheritage.org
JR Tolkien -  The Lord of LOTR - britishheritage.org
JR Tolkien -  The Lord of LOTR - britishheritage.org
JR Tolkien -  The Lord of LOTR - britishheritage.org
JR Tolkien -  The Lord of LOTR - britishheritage.org
JR Tolkien -  The Lord of LOTR - britishheritage.org

JR Tolkien (1892–973) was an English writer, poet, philologist, and academic, best known as the author of the high fantasy works The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. Professor of Anglo-Saxon and English Language and Literature at the University of Oxford, and in 1972 appointed a Commander of th...

Thomas Hardy - Victorian Novelist c. 1880s - britishheritage.org
Thomas Hardy - Victorian Novelist c. 1880s - britishheritage.org
Thomas Hardy - Victorian Novelist c. 1880s - britishheritage.org
Thomas Hardy - Victorian Novelist c. 1880s - britishheritage.org
Thomas Hardy - Victorian Novelist c. 1880s - britishheritage.org
Thomas Hardy - Victorian Novelist c. 1880s - britishheritage.org
Thomas Hardy - Victorian Novelist c. 1880s - britishheritage.org
Thomas Hardy - Victorian Novelist c. 1880s - britishheritage.org
Thomas Hardy - Victorian Novelist c. 1880s - britishheritage.org
Thomas Hardy - Victorian Novelist c. 1880s - britishheritage.org

Thomas Hardy (1840–1928) was an English novelist and poet from South West England where many of his novels were set. He was the author of Far from the Madding Crowd, The Mayor of Casterbridge, Tess of the d'Urbervilles, and Jude the Obscure. A Victorian realist in the tradition of George Eliot, ...

William Golding - Nobel Novelist - britishheritage.org
William Golding - Nobel Novelist - britishheritage.org
William Golding - Nobel Novelist - britishheritage.org
William Golding - Nobel Novelist - britishheritage.org

Sir William Golding (1911–1993) was a British novelist, playwright, and poet. Best known for his debut novel Lord of the Flies (1954), he published another twelve volumes of fiction in his lifetime. Awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1983, he was knighted in 1988, became a fellow of the Roy...

Louis MacNeice - The People's Poet, 1940s - britishheritage.org
Louis MacNeice - The People's Poet, 1940s - britishheritage.org
Louis MacNeice - The People's Poet, 1940s - britishheritage.org
Louis MacNeice - The People's Poet, 1940s - britishheritage.org

Louis MacNeice (1907–1963) was a prolific British poet from Northern Ireland whose work was widely appreciated by the public during his lifetime, due to his relaxed but emotionally aware style. In the period before and after WWII and throughout the years of conflict he regularly produced antholog...

Isaac Rosenberg - Poems from the Trenches, WWI - britishheritage.org
Isaac Rosenberg - Poems from the Trenches, WWI - britishheritage.org

Isaac Rosenberg (1890–1918) was an English poet and artist. His Poems from the Trenches 1915-1918 are recognized as some of the most outstanding written in WWI. After signing up, Rosenberg wrote: "Nothing can justify war. I suppose we must all fight to get the trouble over." He was killed on the ...

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