Just For Fun Quiz / Word Ladder: George Orwell

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Can you complete this George Orwell-themed word ladder which completes the titles of his novels?

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HintFour Letter Word
• 1945 George Orwell novel 'Animal ____' •
Also what Old MacDonald had
Comfortably hot
What the early bird gets
Tattered because of use
Split apart, like a sheet of paper
Small city
• 1933 George Orwell non-fiction '____ and Out in Paris and London' •
Also the opposite of up
Daybreak or sunrise
Grassy yard
Criminals break these
Potato chips brand
• 1934 George Orwell novel 'Burmese ____' •
Also periods of 24 hours
e.g. Bonneville and Hoover
Becomes fainter
Kicks the bucket
Kicked the bucket
Proof of property ownership
Not shallow
• 1936 George Orwell novel '____ the Aspidistra Flying' •
Also to hold on to
Edible seaweed
Aid or assist
Large pile or load
Where one's brain is in
Uses a book
• 1937 George Orwell non-fiction 'The ____ to Wigan Pier' •
Also R&B song 'Hit the ____, Jack'
Amphibian related to warts
Informed
What to do with paper to make origami
Nourishment or sustenance
Nincompoop or dolt
Umpire call '____ ball'
• 1949 George Orwell novel 'Nineteen Eighty-____' •
Also two squared, written out
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