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e-artnow presents the George Orwell Collection, compiled of the greatest novels, poems, essays and autobiographical works of this giant of a writer and visionary. This meticulously edited collection is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents:

Novels:

Burmese Days

A Clergyman's Daughter

Keep the Aspidistra Flying

Coming Up for Air

Animal Farm

1984

Poetry:

Awake! Young Men of England

Kitchener

Our Hearts Are Married, But We Are Too Young

The Pagan

Poem from Burma

The Lesser Evil

Romance

Summer-like for an Instant

The Italian Soldier Shook My Hand…

Reflections on War and Society:

Spilling the Spanish Beans

Not Counting N*****s

Prophecies of Fascism

Wells, Hitler and the World State

Looking Back on the Spanish War

Who Are the War Criminals?

Future of a Ruined Germany

Revenge is Sour

You and the Atomic Bomb

Notes on Nationalism

Catastrophic Gradualism

Freedom of the Park

How the Poor Die

In Front of Your Nose

Thoughts on England:

Democracy in the British Army

The Lion and the Unicorn

Antisemitism in Britain

In Defence of English Cooking

Decline of the English Murder

Politics and the English Language

Views on Literature, Art & Famous Men:

In Defence of the Novel

Notes on the Way

Charles Dickens

Literature and Totalitarianism

The Art of Donald Mcgill

Rudyard Kipling

W. B. Yeats

Mark Twain—the Licensed Jester

Lear, Tolstoy and the Fool

Writers and Leviathan

Reflections on Gandhi…

Book Reviews:

Mein Kampf

The Totalitarian Enemy…

Miscellaneous Writings:

A Farthing Newspaper

The Spike

Boys' Weeklies and Frank Richards's Reply

Poetry and the Microphone

The Sporting Spirit…

Autobiographical Works:

A Hanging

Down and Out in Paris and London

Bookshop Memories

Shooting an Elephant

The Road to Wigan Pier

Homage to Catalonia

Marrakech

Why I Write…

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2019
31 August
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
2,901
Pages
PUBLISHER
E-artnow
SELLER
Bookwire GmbH
SIZE
7.7
MB

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