A brilliant essayist with a magnificent command of the English language,Orwell in this first collection dealt with Charles Dickens, the English"boys' weeklies," and Henry Miller. He used his subjects to dwell on awide variety of issues including "cultural unity," propaganda, andliterary trends. These essays, as one critic later remarked, are "small masterpieces in a limited field." Inearly 1940 1,100 copies (with overs) of this book were printed; the book wentout of print before the end of the year. All copies were not sold; some weredestroyed by bombing. Orwell probably earned less than £30 for this splendidcollection. No American edition of this book has been published. However, theessays would surface over the years in various edited collections, in the U.K.(such as the Penguin editions), the U.S., and elsewhere in translation.
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But Crick also takes some swipes at various people such asSonia Orwell. And he also offers some very tough criticism of fellow-biographerMichael Shelden. Though praising Shelden for some of his discoveries, Crickexpresses disappointment at some of his emphases. And Crick argues forcefullythat there is something "very unusual and unwelcome in Shelden's approachto scholarship."
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Orwell had left instructions that no biography of him beundertaken. Some years after his death his widow, Sonia Orwell, commissionedCrick to write a biography. They ultimately had a falling-out, but Crick didwrite a masterly biography of Orwell, which appeared to general acclaim in 1980in the U.K. and in 1981 in the United States.