George Orwell Set
During his short lifetime, Eric Arthur Blair, more commonly known by his pseudonym, George Orwell, was best known for his essays and reviews. In the modern age, his popularity is found in his novels, particularly Animal Farm and 1984. These two remain prominent in political and popular culture for their distinct social criticisms and near prophetic prose. A collection of his essays and a volume of three of his 1930s works, complete this set to offer a view of Orwell from all directions.
Each book, published by Everyman’s Library, is wrapped in custom jackets that represent two symbols from Orwell’s repertoire: Big Brother and TV test patterns.
- Nineteen Eighty-Four
- Animal Farm
- Burmese Days, Keep the Aspidistra Flying, and Coming up for Air
Weight: 7.0 lb
Depth: 5.25 inches; width: 5.75 inches; height: 8.25 inches