The Collected Essays, Journalism, and Letters of George Orwell - Vol. 3

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Appendix I

BOOKS BY OR CONTAINING CONTRIBUTIONS BY GEORGE ORWELL
Down and Out in Paris and London, London, 1933; New York, 1933.
Burmese Days, New York, 1934; London, 1935.
A Clergyman's Daughter, London, 1935; New York, 1936.
Keep the Aspidistra Flying, London, 1936; New York, 1956.
The Road to Wigan Pier, London, 1937; New York, 1958.
Homage to Catalonia, London, 1938; New York, 1952.
Coming Up for Air, London, 1939; New York, 1950.
Inside the Whale, London, 1940.
The Lion and the Unicorn, London, 1941.
The Betrayal of the Left, by Victor Gollancz, John Strachey, George Orwell and others, London, 1941.
Victory or Vested Interest? by G. D. H. Cole, George Orwell and others, London, 1942.
Talking to India, edited with an introduction by George Orwell, London, 1943.
Animal Farm, London, 1945; New York, 1946.
Critical Essays, London, 1946; (American title) Dickens, Dali and Others, New York, 1946.
James Burnham and the Managerial Revolution, London, 1946. (Pamphlet)
Love of Life'e and Other Stories, by Jack London. Introduction George Orwell, London, 1946.
The English People, London, 1947.
British Pamphleteers, Vol. I, edited by George Orwell and Reginal Reynolds . Introduction by George Orwell, London, 1948.
Nineteen-Eighty-Four, London, 1949; New York, 1949.

POSTHUMOUS COLLECTIONS
Shooting an Elephant, London, 1950; New York, 1950
Such, Such Were the Joys, New York, 1953.
England Your England, London, 1953.
The Orwell Reader, edited by Richard H. Rovere, New York, 1956.
Collected Essays, London, 1961.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • A Note on the Editing xiii
  • 1. the English People 1
  • 1943 51
  • 1944 69
  • 1945 307
  • Appendix I 407
  • Appendix Ii: Chronology 409
  • Index 413
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