George Orwell's home in Katha, Burma by John Mitchell
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George Orwell (aka Eric Blair) lived as a police officer in remote Katha, Burma, on the upper Irrawaddy River between 1926-27, and it was during this time that he gathered material to write, several years later, the book “Burma Days”. These days the house is a rundown ruin, but is still lived in by an old Burmese woman.

“If I could tell the story in words, I wouldn’t need to lug around this big old camera and a multitude of damned lenses…..”

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