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George Orwell

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  • ^ Thomas Cushman and John Rodden eds., George Orwell: Into the Twenty-first Century (2004), p. 98
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  • ^ Voorhees, Richard A. (1986). The paradox of George Orwell. West Lafayette, Ind: Purdue University Press. pp. 18–19.  
  • ^ "Letter to Eleanor Jaques, 19 October 1932" in The Collected Essays, Journalism, and Letters of George Orwell: An Age Like This, ed. Sonia Orwell and Ian Angus. Harcourt, Brace & World Inc. New York, 1968. p. 102
  • ^ Why Orwell Matters (2003), p. 123
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  • ^ Quoted in Smothered Under Journalism, Orwell:Collected Works, Vol XVIII, p.107
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  • ^ ( "Both Orwell, the avowed atheist, and Waugh, the Catholic convert, railed against moral relativism." Cristina Odone, 'What would Evelyn Waugh and George Orwell think?', The Times Online, 5 August 2008 (accessed 5 August 2008). ^
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  • ^ Collini, Stefan (5 March 2008). "E. H. Carr: historian of the future". The Times. UK. Retrieved 9 November 2008. 
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  • ^ Issue 276 July/August 2003"Socialist Review"John Newsinger in . Pubs.socialistreviewindex.org.uk. Retrieved 21 October 2010. 
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  • ^ Jennie Lee in Peter Davison, Complete Works XI 5
  • ^ David Astor Interview, in Michael Shelden
  • ^ "Watching Orwell—International Herald Tribune". Retrieved 23 December 2008. 
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  • ^ John Morris "Some are more equal than others", Penguin New Writing, No. 40 1950
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  • ^ "VQR » Wintry Conscience". Retrieved 23 December 2008. 
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  • ^ Jeffrey Meyers Orwell: Wintry Conscience of a Generation W. W. Norton & Company, Incorporated, 2001 ISBN 0-393-32263-7
  • ^ Also see:  
  • ^ "The Orwell Prize | Gordon Bowker: The Biography Orwell Never Wrote (essay)". Archived from the original on 6 December 2008. 
  • ^ Gordon Bowker George Orwell Little, Brown 2003
  • ^ Review: Orwell by DJ Taylor and George Orwell by Gordon Bowker Observer on Sunday 1 June 2003
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