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Orwell and the Dispossessed: Down and Out in Paris and London in the Context of Essays, Reviews and Letters selected from The Complete Works of George Orwell

Orwell and the Dispossessed: Down and Out in Paris and London in the Context of Essays, Reviews and Letters selected from The Complete Works of George Orwell - George Orwell Introduction
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--Foreword to The End of the 'Old School Tie' by T. C. Worsley
--From Burma to Paris
--'Unemployment', Le Progr├Ęs Civique, 29 December 1928
--'A Farthing Newspaper', G.K.'s Weekly, 29 December 1928
--Review: Lionel Britton, Hunger and Love; F. O. Mann, Albert Grope
--Letter to Dennis Collings, 27 August 1931
--Hop-Picking Diary, 25 August to 8 October 1931
--Unpublished essay, 'Clink', August 1932
--'Common Lodging Houses', New Statesman & Nation, 3 September 1932
--Letter to Leonard Moore, 19 November 1932
--Publication of Down and Out in Paris and London, 9 January 1933
--Down and Out in Paris and London
--Introduction to French edition of Down and Out in Paris and London, 15 October 1934
--Letter to the Editor of The Times, 11 February 1933
--Poem: 'A dressed man and a naked man', The Adelphi, October 1933
--Review: Jack Hilton, Caliban Shrieks, March 1935
--Poem: 'St Andrew's Day, 1935', The Adelphi, November 1935
--'Poverty in Marrakech', extract from Orwell's Morocco Diary, 27 September 1938
--Review: Martin Block, Gypsies, December 1938
--'Democracy in the British Army', Left Forum, September 1939
--'Boys' Weeklies', Horizon, 11 March 1940
--'Notes on the Way', Time and Tide, 30 March 1940
--Letter to Humphry House, 11 April 1940
--Review: Jack Hilton, English Ways, July 1940
--Review: A. J. Jenkinson, What Do Boys and Girls Read?, July 1940
--Review: T. C. Worsley, Barbarians and Philistines: Democracy and the Public Schools, 14 September 1940
--Discussion: 'The Proletarian Writer', with Desmond Hawkins, The Listener, 19 December 1940
--'The Home Guard and You: George Orwell puts a personal question to "make-believe democrats" - and real ones', Tribune, 20 December 1940
--'A Roadman's Day', Picture Post, 15 March 1941
--'The Art of Donald McGill', Horizon, September 1941
--'Rudyard Kipling', Horizon, February 1942
--'Answering You', BBC, London and MBS, New York, 18 October 1942
--'Not Enough Money: A Sketch of George Gissing', Tribune, 2 April 1943
--'The Detective Story', translated from French, Fontaine, 1944
--Extracts from London Letter to Partisan Review, 17 April 1944
--Review: Hilda Martindale, CBE, From One Generation to Another, 29 June 1944
--Extracts from 'As I Please', 35, Tribune, 28 July 1944
--Review: Marie Paneth, Branch Street, 13 August 1944
--'Raffles and Miss Blandish', Horizon, October 1944
--'In Defence of P. G. Wodehouse', The Windmill, July 1945
--'The Sporting Spirit', Tribune, 14 December 1945
--Review: Robert Tressall, The Ragged-Trousered Philanthropists, 25 April 1946
--'How the Poor Die', Now, November 1946

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