back to top

Art Pulse

Between 1943 and 1944, George Orwell wrote one of his most celebrated books, Animal Farm, based on an idea that he had had in mind since 1937. It was what he himself considered a novella that would amuse when it appeared, although he feared that it would not have political acceptance and, therefore, he was not sure that anyone would dare publish it. It was a kind of satirical novel in the style of an animal fable directed against totalitarianism and especially against Stalin. Over time, this Orwellian work became a classic of world literature, with numerous editions, and was even turned into a movie.


No Comments
Leave a Reply