Collected Essays, by George Orwell

Table of Contents

  1. The Spike (1931)
  2. A hanging (1931)
  3. Bookshop memories (1936)
  4. Shooting an elephant (1936)
  5. Down the mine (1937) (from “The Road to Wigan Pier”)
  6. North and south (1937) (from “The Road to Wigan Pier”)
  7. Spilling the Spanish beans (1937)
  8. Marrakech (1939)
  9. Boys’ weeklies and Frank Richards’s reply (1940)
  10. Wells, Hitler and the world state (1941)
  11. Mark Twain — the licensed jester (1943)
  12. Poetry and the microphone (1943)
  13. W B Yeats (1943)
  14. Arthur Koestler (1944)
  15. Benefit of clergy: Some notes on Salvador Dali (1944)
  16. Antisemitism in Britain (1945)
  17. Freedom of the park (1945)
  18. Future of a ruined Germany (1945)
  19. Good bad books (1945)
  20. In defence of P. G. Wodehouse (1945)
  21. Nonsense poetry (1945)
  22. Revenge is sour (1945)
  23. The sporting spirit (1945)
  24. You and the atomic bomb (1945)
  25. A good word for the Vicar of Bray (1946)
  26. A nice cup of tea (1946)
  27. Books vs. Cigarettes (1946)
  28. Confessions of a book reviewer (1946)
  29. Decline of the English murder (1946)
  30. How the poor die (1946)
  31. Pleasure spots (1946)
  32. Riding down from Bangor (1946)
  33. Some thoughts on the common toad (1946)
  34. The prevention of literature (1946)
  35. Why I write (1946)
  36. Lear, Tolstoy and the fool (1947)
  37. Such, such were the joys (1947)
  38. Writers and Leviathan (1948)
  39. Reflections on Gandhi (1949)

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