Burmese Days Audio Cassette – Import Dec 1992
Product Description Review ''A well integrated fast-moving story of what life was like in a remote backcountry Asiatic station.'' -- Chicago Tribune ''An absorbing story . . . The character of Lieutenant Verrall (who despised the club members from his own superior heaven of army and blue blood) is a masterpiece of acid delineation.'' -- New York Herald Tribune ''Orwell is a master at telling stories with bitter satiric tone and these adapt well to audio. Frederick Davidson reads with competence and just the right amount of affectation. '' -- Library Journal ''Can take an honorable place beside A Passage to India. '' -- Saturday Review About the Author GEORGE ORWELL (1903-1950) the pen name of Eric Arthur Blair was an English novelist essayist and critic. He was born in India and educated at Eton. After service with the Indian Imperial Police in Burma he returned to Europe to earn his living by writing and became notable for his simplicity of style and his journalistic or documentary approach to fiction.
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