The road to wigan pier

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Title: Jorfna: A Road to Ikele Wigan

Author: George Orwell

Translator: Homayoun Hanifa Vand

Publisher: Sky Science

Subject: Workers– UK / Unemployed– UK

Age category: Adult

Number of pages: 192

Language: Farsi

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The road to wigan pier is one of the best works written by George Orwell. This book was first published in 1937 and was considered one of the best-selling and most popular works of this author. When you choose to read this book, you can meet a lot of people and experience new lives. In this book, you will see the lives of all families.

Families who suffer from unemployment and do not have a good income to continue living or families who are not in a good situation and can not live under the pressure of society. This book refers to the weak sections of society. A society in which one cannot survive without money and wealth.
At the beginning of this book, George tries to start his story with beautiful memories so that he can attract the reader to him. It will then acquaint you with the hardships and problems of all the people of the community and…

George Orwell, author of The Deep
Jorfa is one of the best writings of George Orwell. This book is one of the best foreign novels and books that has been able to achieve a high percentage of sales so far. The books that George Orwell has written so far have been able to attract a lot of fans and get good feedback.

Born in Orwell, Britain, in 1903, he was born into a typical family and from an early age, because of his great interest in reading and writing, he tried to write down the best memories and events of his life during the day and write them down for the family. Read yourself. Undoubtedly, one of the most important reasons for the author’s progress was the family’s perseverance. His great interest in reading led him to continue writing novels and articles and to publish beautiful works such as the following.

Burma Days
Priest’s daughter
fresh air
Animal Farm
Aces and passes in Paris and London
Peace be upon Catalonia
Drink a cup of tea
Part of the book Jrfna
To a southerner unfamiliar with mining areas, the sight of hundreds of miners leaving the mine at the end of a shift is strange and a little misleading. Their tired faces are covered in smoke and they have a wild and scary look. At other times, when their faces are washed and cleansed, they can be distinguished from ordinary people by their shapes. Most of them are short and their beautiful limbs are hidden due to wearing thick and disproportionate clothes.

One of the few signs diagnosed by miners is the blue sore spots seen on their noses and foreheads. Coal dust, which accumulates in the mine air, is placed on the miners’ facial wounds and then fresh skin is pulled on it.
In this way, blue spots, which are more like tattoos, appear on their faces. Some older men also have streaks on their foreheads, like streaks of cheese. All these spots can be seen on the faces of miners for the rest of their lives.

Introducing the book The road to wigan pier
The Deep (Road to Wigan Pier) was first published in 1937 and is the fifth work by George Orwell, a documentary about the unemployment and social status of workers and the poor in the British class system.

In the opening part of the book The Road to Wigan Pier, Orwell tries to acquaint the audience with the hardships and problems of people who are struggling to make ends meet by recounting their memories of living in low-level inns.
For example, in one part of the book, he refers to the farewell of a miner who said goodbye to his family for the last time every day for fear of being killed, and according to the miner’s wife: “This has been going on for almost twenty years!”

George Orwell himself belonged to the middle class and owed human life to the day and night toils of miners, factory workers, and so on; In the final part of the book, he offers good solutions for job satisfaction and a better life. Strategies for “middle class education issues” and “growing the political conscience of the state” towards socialism; In fact, he criticizes communist governments on this issue.

In a part of Jorfna book The road to wigan pier, we read:
When a miner returns to the surface, his face is so pale that it can even be easily detected under a mask of coal dust. The reason for this phenomenon is the dirty air that he inhales in the depths of the mine, but the paleness of his complexion soon disappears.

To a southerner unfamiliar with mining areas, the sight of hundreds of miners leaving the mine at the end of a shift is strange and a little misleading. Their tired faces are covered in smoke and they have a wild and scary look. At other times, when their faces are washed and cleansed, they can be distinguished from ordinary people by their shapes.

Most of them are short and their beautiful limbs are hidden due to wearing thick and disproportionate clothes.
One of the few signs diagnosed by miners is the blue sore spots seen on their noses and foreheads. Coal dust, which accumulates in the mine air, is placed on the miners’ facial wounds and then fresh skin is pulled on it.

In this way, blue spots, which are more like tattoos, appear on their faces. Some older men also have streaks on their foreheads, like streaks of cheese. All these spots can be seen on the faces of miners for the rest of their lives.

When a miner comes to the surface at the end of the work, he first gnaws with a little water to superficially wipe the dust from his throat and nose. Then he goes home and does a thorough wash according to his desire.
Some people turn a blind eye to this practice, as I have seen a large number of them prefer to eat first, if I were in their position I would do it. Thus, it is very natural for such a man to have a completely black face while drinking a cup of tea.

After eating, he picks up a large pan full of water and then washes himself in a special way. First the arms, then the chest, neck, armpits, forearms, face, and finally the scalp, on which a layer of pus and thick soot are attached.
His wife comes to his aid and washes his back with bags. He has just washed his upper half and his navel may still be a coal dust nest. It takes a lot of skill to remove such a large contamination from the body with a pan of water. After returning from the mine, I took a bath twice and it took me about ten minutes to clear my eyelids.

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