George Orwell: The Critical Heritage

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MEYERS, JEFFREY, ‘George Orwell: A Bibliography, ’ Bulletin of Bibliography, XXXI (July-September 1974), pp. 117-21 and ‘George Orwell: A Selected Checklist, ’ Modern Fiction Studies, XXI (Spring 1975), pp. 133-6. The most complete bibliographies on Orwell list virtually every important article and book that has been written about him in English and in foreign languages.
MEYERS, JEFFREY, A Reader’s Guide to George Orwell (London: Thames & Hudson, 1975). Analyzes Orwell’s books and major essays in the context of his life and historical background, and places him in the English and French literary traditions.

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PRYCE-JONES, DAVID, ‘Orwell’s Reputation, ’ in The World of George Orwell, ed. Miriam Gross (London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1971), pp. 144-52. A brief but interesting survey of the critics’ response to Orwell.

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RANKIN, DAVID, ‘The Critical Reception of the Art and Thought of George Orwell, ’ Dissertation, University College, London University, 1965. A useful survey of Orwell’s literary reputation.

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STANSKY, PETER and WILLIAM ABRAHAMS, The Unknown Orwell (London: Constable, 1972). This first biography considers Orwell’s life up to 1933.

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WILLISON, IAN, ‘George Orwell: Some Materials for a Bibliography, ’ Librarian Thesis, London University, 1953. Provides a great many facts about the publication of Orwell’s works.
WOODCOCK, GEORGE, The Crystal Spirit: A Study of George Orwell (London: Cape, 1967). A biographical discussion of Orwell and careful analysis of his works.

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