Remembering George Orwell
1903, June 25. - 1950, January 21.



George Orwell
Writers and their Work, No. 39.
by Tom Hopkinson

Bibliographical series of Supplements to 'British Book News' on Writers and Their Work
General Editor Bonamy Dobrée 
Published for The British Council and the National Book League
by Longman, Green & Co.
London, UK.
First published in 953, revised 1955
 
 
Hopkinson


George Orwell (1903-50), novelist, sociologica! writer and the author, in Animal Farm, of a satire which shows every sign of being a permanent addition to literature, was one of the most dynamic critics of the age in which he lived his all too brief life. He affected the thoughts of his contemporaries, and in this sympathetic assessment Mr. Hopkinson shows how and why he did so.

Mr. Hopkinson, formerly a scholar of Pembroke College, Oxford, made an outstanding name for himself by his editing of Picture Post during its first decade of life. He has also published novels and short stories, including a distinguished collection, The Transitory Venus (1948); his most recent publications are Down the Long Slide ( 1949) and Love's Apprentice (1953).
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                                                   George Orwell - Dark Side Out
                                                   by Tom Hopkinson
                                                   In: The Cornhill Magazine.
                                                   No. 996, Summer, 1953
                                                   Published byJohn Murray (Publishers) Ltd., London, UK.




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