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What Newsinger crucially detects in this article is:

Typical of the collections of essays which have continued tobe issued. The 13 essays in the French edition include Orwell's views onBurnham, literature, death, and "Why I Write." The ten essays in thePenguin collection had been included in and By 1996 this Penguin book had gonethrough 15 printings.

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Orwell, although in quite poor health, had written the introduction for thisvolume in the Spring of 1947. Reynolds – a Quaker, a pacifist, a supporter ofthe ILP and of the non-Communist Republicans in Spain – had worked with Orwellon his talks to India. Although they did seem to consult on the contents (Orwellhad some suggestions), he said that Reynolds – then in his early 40s –"compiled and arranged this book." A second volume with which Orwellhad little to do appeared in 1951. This introduction gave Orwell a chance toplay with his ideas about pamphlets and once more to decry the "decay"of the English Language.

4. J. Newsinger, op. cit., p.122.

My inventory identified my primary thinking style as Humanistic-Encouraging....

The last line is a quotable ending phrase “to strive, to seek, to find and not to yield.”(4, 70) The indecisiveness of the speaker when struggling to decide whether to stay or leave Ithaca to voyage to the “untraveled world” (2, 20) summarizes the poem.

In his explanation of vengeance and its varying effects and consequences, Shakespeare accomplishes such an illumination through the prism of three characters – Hamlet, Laertes, and Fortinbras – each of whom seeks vengeance for the murder of his father....

12. F. Borkenau quoted in J. Newsinger, op. cit., p.43.

A common misconception is that a psychiatrist and a psychologist are the same thing.

Nothing has contributed so much to the corruption of the original idea of Socialism as the belief that Russia is a Socialist country and that every act of its rulers must be excused, if not imitated. And so for the past ten years I have been convinced that the destruction of the Soviet myth was essential if we wanted a revival of the Socialist movement. [23]

This significant essay first appeared in (April 1946). David Astor, proprietor/editor of circulated the essay to all who wrote for the paper. This pamphlet was printed by the Observer Foreign News Service for circulation "among those who write in The Observer and O.F.N.S." It was also published as an undated pamphlet for journalists of the huge-circulation Sunday newspaper, the Subsequently it appeared abridged in the which granted the Typophiles permission for the reprint and "the author obliged with his consent from Scotland." Number XIX of the "Typophile Monographs," this reprinting had its genesis in a suggestion by Paul A. Bennett of Brooklyn, New York. There were actually three printings or versions: One was for Herbert W. Simpson (100 copies); one was for the Typophiles (320 copies); and one was for "the Friends of Paul Bennett" (50 copies). These all used the abridged version. Whether Orwell realized he was authorizing three versions rather than one, is doubtful. The essay has been anthologized various times and not only in collections of Orwell's writings. It deals forcefully with the debasement of the language by authority for its own ends to obscure the indefensible, by utilizing words such as "pacification" to describe the killing of defenseless people. It is necessary, declares Orwell, to understand that "political language.. is, for example, designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable..." For those who wished to reign in politicans, he laid out some startlingly simple rules that should be followed so that meanings are clear (e.g., "never use a long word where a short one will do"). Orwell, already quite ill, particularly valued this essay, and indicated to Warburg that it should be included in a forthcoming collection of his essays.

A review of John Newsinger, Orwell’s Politics (Macmillan Press, 1999), £42.50
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17. J. Newsinger, op. cit., p.45.

But Crick also takes some swipes at various people such asSonia Orwell. And he also offers some very tough criticism of fellow-biographerMichael Shelden. Though praising Shelden for some of his discoveries, Crickexpresses disappointment at some of his emphases. And Crick argues forcefullythat there is something "very unusual and unwelcome in Shelden's approachto scholarship."

18. G. Orwell, Spilling the Spanish Beans, op. cit., p.304.

The first Penguin edition appeared in 1982. Ten years laterthis new edition appeared (and another printing of this edition is scheduled for1997). The telling, well-argued 33-page Appendix (titled "Afterthoughts and Aftermatter") highlights some of the new material, such as medical records, thathave appeared since Crick's biography was first published.

20. Newsinger, op. cit., p.163.

Orwell had left instructions that no biography of him beundertaken. Some years after his death his widow, Sonia Orwell, commissionedCrick to write a biography. They ultimately had a falling-out, but Crick didwrite a masterly biography of Orwell, which appeared to general acclaim in 1980in the U.K. and in 1981 in the United States.

25. J. Newsinger, op. cit., p.72.

Two wide-ranging collections of Orwell's writings. The is one of the earlier "Anchor Books," introduced in 1952 as anup-market, more expensive line of paperbacks "specifically tailored for theneeds" of college and graduate students. Anchor Books were highlysuccessful. The anthologized 14 essays including "Why IWrite," "Such, Such Were the Joys," "Boys Weeklies,"and "Raffles and Miss Blandish." The which sampled thenovels as well, had a splendid introduction by Richard Rovere, a noted Americanpolitical journalist and literary critic. It has gone through various printings.

41. D. Macdonald quoted in J. Newsinger, op. cit., p.126.

Undergoing such an immense transition at the turn of the century, the focus of the modernist writings was shifted from realism to experimental techniques such as fragmentation and defamiliarization.

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