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Between The Bullet And The Lie: Essays on Orwell

by Kristian Williams - £15.00  AK Press (2018)
paperback    ISBN 13: 9781849352901 | ISBN 10: 1849352909

Old debates about democracy vs. socialism vs. fascism are back. Missing from today’s versions are the voices of moral clarity, those that challenge us to be our best selves in difficult times. Kristian Williams has mined the intellect of a man who, sixty-seven years after his death, still has much to offer readers.
 
Between the Bullet and the Lie highlights the relationship George Orwell saw between aesthetics, ethics, and politics; the difference between honesty and integrity; the corruption of language; the importance of observation and evidence; and the many failures of the Left. The result is not a study of sacred decrees from Orwell, but an application of his thought to political and literary questions that trouble us today.
 
Authored by Kristian Williams, with a foreword by David Goodway.

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