George Orwell, born Eric Arthur Blair,in Bengal. His father was a British official in the Indian civil service; his mother, of French extraction.  He eventually changed from being a pillar of the British imperial establishment into a literary and political rebel.  His book, Animal Farm, published in 1945, made him famous, but was overshadowed by his 1949 publication of Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984). He died of tuberculosis in a London hospital.

George Orwell – Fifty Essays. PROFESSOR LANCELOT HOGBEN (INTERGLOSSA)

George Orwell, born Eric Arthur Blair,in Bengal. His father was a British official in the Indian civil service; his mother, of French extraction. He eventually changed from being a pillar of the British imperial establishment into a literary and political rebel. His book, Animal Farm, published in 1945, made him famous, but was overshadowed by his 1949 publication of Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984). He died of tuberculosis in a London hospital.

“I think I fell in love with her...But it was like I knew her. Like she was my oldest, dearest friend. The kind of person you can tell anything to, no matter how bad, and they'll still love you, because they know you. I wanted to go with her. I wanted her to notice me. And then she stopped walking. Under the moon, she stopped...She probably didn't even know I was there. But I'll always love her. All my life”  ― Neil Gaiman,  The Sandman, Vol. 8: Worlds' End

16 Wonderful Photos Of Women Writers At Work

“I think I fell in love with her...But it was like I knew her. Like she was my oldest, dearest friend. The kind of person you can tell anything to, no matter how bad, and they'll still love you, because they know you. I wanted to go with her. I wanted her to notice me. And then she stopped walking. Under the moon, she stopped...She probably didn't even know I was there. But I'll always love her. All my life” ― Neil Gaiman, The Sandman, Vol. 8: Worlds' End

Pain, Parties, Work: Sylvia Plath in New York, Summer 1953 | Sylvia Plath is photographed while interviewing poet Elizabeth Bowen for Mademoiselle

Pain, Parties, Work: Sylvia Plath in New York, Summer 1953

Pain, Parties, Work: Sylvia Plath in New York, Summer 1953 | Sylvia Plath is photographed while interviewing poet Elizabeth Bowen for Mademoiselle

Elizabeth+Barret+Browning+-+Poetry+and+Sonnets

Elizabeth Barret Browning - Poetry and Sonnets

Dorothy Parker (1893-1967), cuentista, dramaturga, crítica teatral, humorista, guionista y poeta estadounidense, escribiendo a máquina.

Dorothy Parker (1893-1967), cuentista, dramaturga, crítica teatral, humorista, guionista y poeta estadounidense, escribiendo a máquina.

Edna St. Vincent Millay reads her own "Ballad of the Harpweaver"...haunting.

Edna St. Vincent Millay reads her own "Ballad of the Harpweaver"...haunting.

"Even Amidst Fierce Flames, The Golden Lotus Can be Planted" - I have this quote tattooed on my right forearm <3

"Even Amidst Fierce Flames, The Golden Lotus Can be Planted" - I have this quote tattooed on my right forearm <3

Ted Hughes & Sylvia Plath read  “Dying is an art.   Like everything else,   I do it exceptionally well.   I do it so it feels like hell.   I do it so it feels real.   I guess you could say I have a call.”   ~Sylvia Plath

Ted Hughes & Sylvia Plath read “Dying is an art. Like everything else, I do it exceptionally well. I do it so it feels like hell. I do it so it feels real. I guess you could say I have a call.” ~Sylvia Plath

Rollie McKenna.     Sylvia Plath      1959    “It was a queer, sultry summer, the summer they electrocuted the Rosenbergs, and I didn’t know what I was doing in New York.” Sylvia Plath, from “The Bell Jar” 1963

Rollie McKenna. Sylvia Plath 1959 “It was a queer, sultry summer, the summer they electrocuted the Rosenbergs, and I didn’t know what I was doing in New York.” Sylvia Plath, from “The Bell Jar” 1963

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