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Orwell's England: The Road To Wigan Pier In The Context Of Essays, Reviews, Letters And Poems Selected From The Complete Works Of George Orwell

Orwell's England: The Road To Wigan Pier In The Context Of Essays, Reviews, Letters And Poems Selected From The Complete Works Of George Orwell - George Orwell Introduction
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--From Burma to Paris
--'A Day in the Life of a Tramp', Le Progrès Civique, 5 January 1929
--'Hop-Picking', New Statesman & Nation, 17 October 1931
--Poem: 'Summer-like for an instant', The Adelphi, May 1933
--Poem: 'On a Ruined Farm near the His Master's Voice Gramophone Factory', The Adelphi, April 1934
--Letter to Brenda Salkeld, 7 May 1935
--Review: Patrick Hamilton, Twenty Thousand Streets under the Sky; Katherine M. Williams, The Proceedings of the Society; R. G. Goodyear, I Lie Alone, 1 August 1935
--Extracts from 'The Road to Wigan Pier' Diary, 31 January to 16 March 1936
--Extracts from Orwell's 'Notes on Houses', Barnsley
--Letter to Jack Common, 16? April 1936
--Review: W. F. R. Macartney, Walls Have Mouths: A Record of Ten Years' Penal Servitude, November 1936
--Publication of 'The Road to Wigan Pier', 8 March 1937
--The Road to Wigan Pier
--Orwell's sketch-map of his journey to the North
--Extract from 'Your Questions Answered': Wigan Pier, BBC, 2 December 1943
--Review: Wal Hannington, The Problem of the Distressed Areas; Jane Hanley, Grey Children; Neil Stewart, The Fight for the Charter, 27 November 1937
--Letter from Eileen Blair to Jack Common, 20 July 1938
--Letter to Jack Common, 25 August 1938
--Extracts from Orwell's Domestic Diaries, 9 August 1938 -- 14 April 1939, and War-time Diaries, 8 June 1940 -- 4 July 1942
--'My Country Right or Left', Folios of New Writing, Autumn 1940
--Film Review: Eyes of the Navy; The Heart of Britain; Unholy War, 15 February 1941
--The Lion and the Unicorn: Socialism and the English Genius, 19 February 1941
--Part I: England Your England
--Review: D. W. Brogan, The English People, 27 May 1943
--Extract from 'As I Please', 12 (A home of their own), Tribune, 18 February 1944
--Review: Sir William Beach Thomas, The Way of a Countryman, 23 March 1944
--Review: Edmund Blunden, Cricket Country, 20 April 1944
--The English People, completed 22 May 1944; published 1947
--England at First Glance
--The Moral Outlook of the English People
--The Political Outlook of the English People
--The English Class System
--The English Language
--The Future of the English People
--'Survey of "Civvy Street"', Observer, 4 June 1944
--Extract from 'As I Please', 37 (The colour bar), Tribune, 11 August 1944
--'The French Believe We Have Had a Revolution', Manchester Evening News, 20 March 1945
--'Just Junk -- But Who Could Resist It?', Evening Standard, 5 January 1946
--'Poetry and the Microphone', The New Saxon Pamphlets, March 1945
--Review: Mark Abrams, The Condition of the British People, 1911-1945, 17 January 1946
--'Decline of the English Murder', Tribune, 15 February 1946
--Extract from 'As I Please', 77 (Scrapping the British system of weights and measures), Tribune, 14 March 1947
--'Such, Such Were the Joys', 1939?--June 1948?

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