Fiction, Politics, and Historiography: The Interwar Novels of George Orwell and Graham Greene

Gent, Malcolm.
2017-04-19T18:06:39.618Z

Abstract: George Orwell and Graham Greene's Interwar novels directly reflect the social, political, and psychological issues facing Great Britain after WWI. Greene and Orwell were both products and chroniclers of their time. Social inequality and bias, fears of future international conflict, the defense of democracy, Socialism, labor concerns and unemployment, colonialism and end of empire, Britis... read more

Subjects
Tufts University. Department of History.
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/011741
ID: tufts:21216
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