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The Cambridge Introduction to George Orwell
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The Cambridge Introduction to George Orwell
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9780521769235 - The Cambridge Introduction to George Orwell - By John Rodden and John Rossi
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The Cambridge Introduction to George Orwell

John Rodden and John Rossi

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© John Rodden and John Rossi 2012

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First published 2012

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Library of Congress Cataloguing in Publication data

Rodden, John.
The Cambridge introduction to George Orwell / John Rodden, John Rossi.
pages cm
ISBN 978-0-521-76923-5 (hardback)
1. Orwell, George, 1903–1950. I. Rossi, John, 1936– II. Title.
PR6029.R8Z7752 2012
828′.91209–dc23
[B]
2012000082

ISBN 978-0-521-76923-5 Hardback
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