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    Sonia Mary Brownell (25 August 1918 – 11 December 1980), better known as Sonia Orwell, was the second wife of writer George Orwell. Sonia is believed to be the model for Julia, the heroine of Nineteen Eighty-Four. Sonia worked with the Information Research Department (IRD), a propaganda department of the British Foreign Office ...

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  2. 15 de jun. de 2003 · A Portrait of Sonia Orwell. By Hilary Spurling. Illustrated. 193 pp. New York: Counterpoint. $24. IN a life of brilliant passions, Sonia Brownell's 14-week marriage to George Orwell stands...

  3. 19 de mai. de 2002 · Best remembered for having married George Orwell on his death-bed, and as the inspiration for the fearless, bossy Julia in 1984 , Sonia Orwell remains, more than 20 years after her death, a ...

  4. 4 de mar. de 2020 · Sonia, however, who married Orwell on his deathbed, adopted his nom de plume and kept it even after she remarried. We know a lot about Sonia and nothing about Eileen. Because the correspondence between herself and Orwell has not survived, Eileen has become what DJ Taylor calls “something of a black hole at the centre of Orwell studies”.

  5. 23 de dez. de 2016 · Sonia Orwell” (Circe, 214 páginas, tradução de Xoán Abeleira), de Hillary Spurling, relata a história da última (e complicada) mulher de George Orwell.

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  6. 15 de jul. de 2002 · Sonia Brownell, a beautiful young woman, married Orwell, a dying middle-aged man, on his deathbed in University College hospital, London. The marriage was never consummated. Why did she do it?...