George Orwell: The Critical Heritage

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Contents
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS page xiii
INTRODUCTION 1
NOTE ON THE TEXT 37
Down and Out in Paris and London (1933)
1 GEORGE ORWELL, Introduction to the French edition (1935) 39
2 Unsigned notice, TLS, 12 January 1933 41
3 C. DAY LEWIS, Adelphi, February 1933 42
4 W. H. DAVIES, New Statesman and Nation, 18 March 1933 43
5 Unsigned notice, Nation, 6 September 1933 45
6 JAMES FARRELL, New Republic, 11 October 1933 46
7 DANIEL GEORGE, Tribune, 24 January 1941 47
Burmese Days (1934)
8 SEAN O’FAOLAIN, Spectator, 28 June 1935 50
9 Unsigned notice, TLS, 18 July 1935 51
10 G. W. STONIER, Fortnightly, August 1935 53
11 MALCOLM MUGGERIDGE, World Review, June 1950 54
A Clergyman’s Daughter (1935)
12 L. P. HARTLEY, Observer, 10 March 1935 58
13 V. S. PRITCHETT, Spectator, 22 March 1935 59
14 PETER QUENNELL, New Statesman and Nation, 23 March 1935 61
15 MICHAEL SAYERS, Adelphi, August 1935 62
16 GEOFFREY STONE, Commonweal, 18 June 1937 64
Keep the Aspidistra Flying (1936)
17 WILLIAM PLOMER, Spectator, 24 April 1936 65
18 CYRIL CONNOLLY, New Statesman and Nation, 25 April 1936 67
19 Unsigned notice, TLS, 2 May 1936 68
20 RICHARD REES, Adelphi, June 1936 69
21 KENNETH MACPHERSON, Life and Letters Today, Autumn 1936 70
22 ANTHONY WEST, New Yorker, 28 January 1956 71
23 HENRY POPKIN, Commonweal, 23 March 1956 80
24 DOROTHY VAN GHENT, Yale Review, Spring 1956 82

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