George Orwell – one of the most influential writers of the 20th Century in the UK – lived much of his life in London in various homes including this house in Canonbury Square. He was a political thinker as well as a novelist and is probably best remembered for his masterpieces of political writing: 1984 and Animal Farm.
George Orwell moved to 27b Canonbury Square in the autumn of 1944 – he and his wife having been bombed out of their previous flat in June 1944.
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