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George Orwell's Diaries: Book summary and reviews of George Orwell's Diaries by edited by Peter Davison & Christopher Hitchens
George Orwell's Diaries Summary
This groundbreaking volume, never before published in the United States, at last introduces the interior life of George Orwell, the writer who defined twentieth-century political thought.
George Orwell's Diaries Reviews
"Despite the longueurs, it is a pleasure to be around Orwell's mind and his perfectly clear prose style." - Publishers Weekly
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George Orwell (Eric Arthur Blair) (19031950) wrote fiction, journalism, criticism, and poetry. His nine books include the classics Animal Farm and 1984.
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