Refer to Explorations in Literature for a complete version of this narrative.
In “Why I Write,” George Orwell believes there are universal motivations for writing.
Which evidence from the text supports this idea?
"Putting aside the need to earn a living, I think there are four great motives for writing, at any rate for writing prose."
"I will only say that of late years I have tried to write less picturesquely and more exactly."
"It raises problems of construction and of language, and it raises in a new way the problem of truthfulness."
"All writers are vain, selfish and lazy, and at the very bottom of their motives there lies a mystery.