George Orwell:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Eric Arthur Blair (1903-1950) was born in Motihari, Bengal, India; his father was a civil servant for the British government. He moved to England in 1904 and began to write at an early age, but did not particularly enjoy school. He became a professional writer in 1928 and assumed the name 'George Orwell' in 1933; the publication of Animal Farm made him prosperous and 1984 made him famous.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Crimestop - no dangerous thoughts

1984 (1948)

Doublethink

1984 (1948)

Memory Hole

1984 (1948)

Novel-Writing Machines

1984 (1948)

Rewriting History

1984 (1948)

Speakwrite - transcription of tyranny

1984 (1948)

Telescreen - Big Brother is watching

1984 (1948)


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