Financial Times, “Notes on . . . George Orwell”

Nineteen Eighty-Four, we recall, ends pessimistically with Winston killing time until it suits the state to kill him. But Orwell was, in life, no pessimist. He fought in Spain alongside anti-Stalinist Marxists and anarchists, whom he must have known were glorious losers.

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