George Orwell Studies


Special Offer to OS Members


The next issue of the biannual journal, George Orwell Studies, celebrates the 70th anniversary of the publication of Nineteen Eighty-Four with seven international scholars sharing their personal reflections on the novel. They are Ron Bateman, Carol Biederstadt, Kristin Bluemel, Jesús Isaías Gómez López, John Rodden, Martin Stollery and D. J. Taylor. In addition, Douglas Kerr contributes an essay, ‘Names in Burmese Days: A Fantasia’, Phil Baker writes on ‘Orwell and Captain Robinson’s “Poet”: A More Than Cautionary Note’, Darcy Moore explores ‘Orwell in Paris: Who Was Ruth Graves?’ while Richard Lance Keeble pays tribute to the biographer Gordon Bowker, who died earlier this year. The journal is jointly edited by Richard Lance Keeble and Tim Crook and operates completely separately from The Orwell Society. For full details see:

As a special offer to Orwell Society members, the next issue, Vol 3, No. 2, is available for the reduced cost of just £10 (including post and package). The normal annual subscription is being increased for Vol. 4 to £30 for non-OS members – but as a special offer will remain at £25 for OS members. Enquiries regarding subscriptions and orders should be sent to Journals Fulfilment Department, Abramis Academic, ASK House, Northgate Avenue, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP 32 6BB. Tel: 01284 700321; email: info@



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