Footnote to George Orwell

Robinson, Geroid Tanquary
August 1941
New Republic;8/4/41, Vol. 105 Issue 5, p153
Comments on author George Orwell's clinical report "English Writing in Total War." Comments by left-wing literary circles in England including Orwell on the meaninglessness of the war; Effect of war on the economic condition of France; Argument for faith in the democratic cause; Need for people to plan boldly and act democratically in the realization of their plans.


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