George Orwell, Doubleness, and the Value of Decency

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Taylor & Francis, Jul 29, 2003 - Literary Criticism - 216 pages
In its analysis of Animal Farm, Burmese Days, Keep the Aspidistra Flying and Nineteen Eighty-Four, this book argues that George Orwell's fiction and non-fiction weigh the benefits and costs of a doubled perspective.

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Anthony Stewart is Assistant Professor in the English Department at Dalhousie University. His recent publications include "George Orwell's Elastic Politics" in English Studies in Canada and "Penn and Teller Magic: Self, Racial Devaluation, and the Canadian Academy" in Racism, Eh?, an anthology on race and racism in Canada.

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