The twentieth century has witnessed some crucial events, which force people to have the same feelings, emotions and ideas. The writers are those elite who can reflect every thing in their writings. George Orwell is one of them, whose views are shaped by the situation of this remarkable century. Fascism, Socialism, Anarchism and Communism are the dominant political ideologies during Orwell’s time. They form Orwell’s personal position and background of his writing. The book investigates the development of George Orwell’s characterization during his important literary period of his life. This study focuses on four of Orwell’s novels, which can be considered as his three stages of creating his characters. These novels are Burmese Days, Keep the Aspidistra Flying, Coming Up for Air and Animal Farm. Orwell is the writer who reflects his own experiences in his writings, so most of his characters are real people.Orwell’s novels present solitary figures except Animal Farm because it is a different one. His earlier novels show good characters, vivid consciousnesses or at least one in each novel. Flory, Gordon Comstock and George Bowling have vitality and individual voices.