The awkward squaddie

Croft, Andy
March 1994
New Statesman & Society;3/18/94, Vol. 7 Issue 294, p57
Explains why George Orwell's reply was not published in the `Left Review' pamphlet `Authors Take Side on the Spanish War,' by Nancy Cunard. Excerpts from Orwell's reply; Authors who replied to Cunard's questionnaire.


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