George Orwell Quote

The Penguin books are splendid value for sixpence, so splendid that if other publishers had any sense they would combine against them and suppress them.


The Collected Essays, Journalism, and Letters of George Orwell: An age like this, 1920-1940 (ed. 1968)

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The Penguin books are splendid value for sixpence, so splendid that if other publishers had any sense they would combine against them and suppress...

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The Penguin books are splendid value for sixpence, so splendid that if other publishers had any sense they would combine against them and suppress...

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The Penguin books are splendid value for sixpence, so splendid that if other publishers had any sense they would combine against them and suppress...

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The Penguin books are splendid value for sixpence, so splendid that if other publishers had any sense they would combine against them and suppress...