George Orwell
“Homage to Catalonia”

[Homage to Catalonia - Cover page]

By Penguin Books:

Bringing all the force of his humanity, passion and clarity to bear, George Orwell examines the bright hopes and cynical betrayal of the Spanish revolution. He describes the discomfort and inefficiency of front-line fighting; the early revolutionary euphoria; the propaganda and distortion perpetrated by both sides; and the tragic collapse of the revolution into warring factions.

First published by Martin Secker and Warburg 1938
Published in Penguin Books 1962
Reprinted 1962, 1964
‘Looking back on the Spanish War’
first published in England Your England by
Martin Secker and Warburg 1953
Published in one volume in Penguin Books 1966
Reprinted 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1974 (twice), 1975, 1977
Copyright © the Estate of Eric Blair, 1938, 1953
Made and printed in Great Britain
by Cox and Wyman Ltd,
London, Reading and Fakenham
Set in Monotype Baskerville
OCR: Mikhail V. Chernyshev
E-mail: [email protected]

Front cover photograph by Humphrey Sutton
Back cover photograph © BBC

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