Burmese Days

References

  1. ^ Emma Larkin, Introduction, Penguin Classics edition, 2009
  2. ^ Back cover description, Penguin Classics, 2009 ISBN 978-0-14-118537-8
  3. ^ Introduction, Emma Larkin, Penguin Classics, edition, 2009
  4. ^ Back cover description, Penguin Books, 1967
  5. ^ Emma Larkin, Finding George Orwell in Burma, p. 86
  6. ^ Emma Larkin, p.146
  7. ^ a b Orwell, Sonia and Angus, Ian (eds.). The Collected Essays, Journalism and Letters of George Orwell Volume 1: An Age Like This (1920–1940) (Penguin)
  8. ^ Michael Shelden Orwell: The Authorised Biography
  9. ^ Burmese Days, p.xvi Penguin 2009 ISBN 978-0-14-118537-8
  10. ^ The original of Kyauktada is Kathar (formerly spelled Katha), a town where Orwell served. Like Kyauktada it is the head of a branch railway line above Mandalay on the Ayeyarwady (Irrawaddy) river.
  11. ^ Orwell for Beginners, David Smith & Michael Mosher p.58 ISBN 0-86316-066-2
  12. ^ Orwell for Beginners, p.58 Writers & Readers, 1984
  13. ^ D. J. Taylor Orwell: The Life Chatto & Windus 2003.
  14. ^ Michael Shelden Orwell: The Authorised Biography, Chapter Ten, 'George Orwell, Novelist', William Heinemann 1991
  15. ^ Stansky & Abrahams, Orwell, The Transformation, p.42
  16. ^ Jeffrey Meyers, A Readers Guide to George Orwell, Thames & Hudson 1975, p, 68–69
  17. ^ Stansky & Abrahams, p.56-57
  18. ^ Cyril Conolly Review New Statesman 6 July 1935
  19. ^ Letter from Geoffrey Gorer 16 July 1935 Orwell Archive
  20. ^ Kyaw Phyo Tha (November 19, 2013). "Orwell’s ‘Burmese Days’ Wins Govt Literary Award". The Irrawaddy. Retrieved November 22, 2013. 

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