George Orwell was a novelist and created many books. One being the book "Animal Farm."
George Orwell moved to England with his mother and sister and was raised there.
In May 1917 George Orwell enters the famous boys prep school "Eton" as the beneficiary of a "prestigious King's" scholarship.
Eric Blair (George Orwell's real name) changes his name to the pseudonym we know today as George Orwell.
George Orwell's first novel "Burmese Days" was published.
George Orwell and Eileen Maud O'Shaughnessy, a student he had met in London.
The novel animal farm reflects the Russian Revolution using animals that feel they are not treated with respect or equality.