4. J. Newsinger, op. cit., p.122.

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12. F. Borkenau quoted in J. Newsinger, op. cit., p.43.

From 1941 until the Summer 1946 issue Orwell regularly reported on theEnglish scene for the . Altogether he wrote 15"London Letters." was a New York-basedone-time Trotskyite literary and political journal. By the 1940s "for manyreaders," according to co-editor William Phillips, the "servedas a focal point in their attempts to orient themselves in the world of modernart and politics." Orwell, during the 1940s, when the achievedgreat eminence and influence, also contributed articles and reviews. "GhandiIn Mayfair," a tough-minded negative review of by Lionel Felden (published by Secker & Warburg) first appeared in (September, 1943).

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17. J. Newsinger, op. cit., p.45.

During the first part of 1945, into the summer, Orwell served a stint as acorrespondent (at home and abroad) for and the He also managed to squeeze in other writing, as for examplehis contribution to (designed as "a collection of stories,articles, and pictures for the junior members of the family"). Orwell'sarticle, drawing on his correspondent experiences appeared in initialissue in late 1945. He made no concessions to the age of his readers. editors (who included Andre Deutsch, later an influential, maverick,left-leaning U.K. publisher) correctly assessed Orwell's report as "anattempt to describe the actual state of the world and the immediate problemsthat face us." Orwell, said their preface to his article, "sets out toshow that these problems CAN be solved, but at the same time emphasises thatthere is not much cause for optimism in the world to-day."

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Orwell narrowly escaped but he had gained a whole new perspective. While convalescing from a fascist bullet in the throat, Orwell wrote to Cyril Connolly, telling him, “I have seen wonderful things and at last really believe in Socialism, which I never did before”. [22] Although from his earlier publication The Road to Wigan Pier it was clear that he was at least intellectually committed to socialism, it was Spain that gave his socialism an emotional bedrock and dictated the course his socialism would take. Having witnessed the destruction of the revolution in Spain, and lost comrades in the Communist persecution of the POUM, that course would never lead to Moscow. In the preface to the Ukrainian edition of Animal Farm he wrote:

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25. J. Newsinger, op. cit., p.72.

Macbeth is aware of the imperfections of the witches and how dangerous they are but yet, he wants to feed his curiosity and know more about his oncoming future....

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During the first meeting with the witches, he is immediately intrigued and starts to process what the witches have said, ordering them to explain who they are.

41. D. Macdonald quoted in J. Newsinger, op. cit., p.126.

Through the course of time, one may come to consider the selection of the road they've chosen, contemplate on the potential opportunities gained or lost through such choices, and wonder about "The Road Not Taken.” Numerous speculations have been made about the poem, but according to Arti Agarwa Frost cites himself that the i...

43. G. Orwell quoted in J. Newsinger, op. cit., p.152.

The symbolism of the fork in the road has been the topic of many interpretations, however, many claim that this poem symbolizes the never-ending curiosity that exist within human nature, making choices in life not knowing the how it will affect one’s life.

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A non-procrastinator and a procrastinator both have to-do lists with 12 tasks to accomplish; the non-procrastinator finishes tasks one through nine and leaves the rest for another day, but the procrastinator tends to do one or two things before reorganizing the list and procrastina...

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Kafka describes him as having a "hostile expression… as if to drive Gregor back into his room" (Kafka, 14) but then follows up with him " [hiding] his eyes with his hands, and [sobbing] with heaves of his powerful chest" (Kafka, 14) within the same sentence.