I write like George Orwell

Sun has been roasting them all day. The basket full of soil and stacks of bricks, from one end of the kiln to the other was how their days passed, every single day, starting from seven in the morning to five in the evening. There was two hours break in the noon, because the sun was really ferocious during those hours, the supervisor had to let them go!

Murmu picked up the madal, softly his palms played on it… drim… drim… drim

One by one the santhals gathered, the full moon was a few days away, but who cares? The girls picked up the flowers of Krishnachura and Palash, pinned them in their hair.

They made their circle around murmur, arms around the waist of girls on both side.

The aroma of Mahua was making the air heavy, the glasses were being exchanged, after the monstrous toil of the day now it was time to forget everything and dance!

An hour later the moon winked at them sleeping on ground!

The author blushingly says:

I stumbled upon this site, through a post of someone else, I have forgotten whose I am sorry! But I had some really cool critiques for my writing style there check them out:

THE OPINION OF “I WRITE LIKE” : George Orwell!
http://iwl.me/b/69fb153c

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Here is the whole packet from I write like if you are curious:

http://iwl.me/s/b3a26720 4xstephen king 12, 10, 6, 1
http://iwl.me/b/698342ba 3xtolstoy 13, 3, 2
http://iwl.me/b/ce65a7ad 3xmargaret mitchell- 14, 11, 4
5 http://iwl.me/b/8724194c 1xoscar wilde
7 http://iwl.me/b/d760c1b4 1xjames joyce
8 http://iwl.me/b/df5a2d46 1xbram stoker
9 http://iwl.me/b/faf229ca 1xRay Bradbury
15 http://iwl.me/b/cfe99843 1xDan Brown
16 http://iwl.me/b/69fb153c 1xGeorge Orwell
17 http://iwl.me/b/9a04347d 1xmariopuzo

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