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Venstrefløjens George Orwell

George Orwell har i mere end 50 år været omdiskuteret på venstrefløjen, hvad der ikke mindst skyldes både venstrefløjens egen svaghed over for Orwells kritik af den russiske revolutions udvikling og stalinismen i bogen ’Kammerat Napoleon’ og højrefløjens flittige brug af Orwell som antitotalitær orakel i den kolde krigs periode.


The George Orwell of the Left


Indledning / Introduction
- Venstrefløjens George Orwell (The George Orwell of the Left)


Se også Tidslinjen (Modkraft Biblioteket):
8. juni 1949 om romanen 1984. Scroll ned.
17. august 1945 om romanen Kammerat Napoleon.
Socialist Books Online: Homage to Catalonia (Modkraft Biblioteket). Links to text and comments & articles on the book.


Liste med referencer til

- Leksikalt/encyclopedias
- Bøger
- Artikler på dansk
- Articles in English
- Sites
- Se også
- Orwell-inspirerede sites


Leksikalt / Encyclopedias

Dansk:
George Orwell (Wikipedia.dk)
George Orwell (Denstoredanske.dk)
George Orwell (Bibliografi.dk: international forfatterbibliografi). Titler og udgaver på dansk af George Orwell.

English:
George Orwell (Spartacus Schoolnet). Biblography and a few short tasters from his essays; aimed at the school student without the stamina for the whole works.
George Orwell (Wikipedia.org). Compact biografphy.
George Orwell (1903-1950) (Marxists Internet Archive). Biography & few works. See also Socialist Books Online: Homage to Catalonia.

Bøger / Books

John Rodden (ed.): The Cambridge Companion to George Orwell (Cambridge University Press, 2007, 218 p.).
Review by Peter Davison (The Orwell Society, November 8, 2011).

Paul Flewers (ed.): George Orwell: Enigmatic Socialist (London, Socialist Platform, 2005, 189 p.).
Essays by Ian Birchall, Paul Flewers, John Molyneux, John Newsinger, Paul O’Flinn and Peter Sedgwick.
Review by John Newsinger (Revolutionary History, Vol.7, No.3, 2000) + Keith O’Regan: Orwell and the left] (pdf) (New Socialist, No.53, September-October 2005, p.40-41). Scroll down.

Toni Liversage: George Orwell: en introduktion (Kbh., Gyldendal, 2000, 215 sider).

John Newsinger: Orwell’s politics (Basingstoke, MacMillan, 1999, 178 p.).
Review by Paul Flewers (Revolutionary History, Vol.7, No.3, 2000, p.313-315) + Anna Chen: George Orwell: a literary Trotskyist? (International Socialism, Issue 85, Winter 1999, p.131-144) + by David Renton (Revolutionary History, Vol.9, No.2, 2005-06).

Raymond Williams: Orwell (Kbh., Tiderne Skifter, 1984, 113 sider).

Nils Bredsdorff mfl. (red.): Hyldest til George Orwell (Roskilde, Roskilde Universitets Center, 1984, 152 sider).

Claus B. Storgaard: George Orwell - socialist, anarkist eller hvad...?: Om George Orwells politiske udvikling (Handelshøjskolen i Århus, 1979).

Artikler på dansk

Dagbladet Information
- Tony Liversage: Forfatteren og det politiske engagement (Kronik, 25. juni 2003).
"Jeg mener, at man er nødt til at fortsætte den politiske kamp, på samme måde som en læge er nødt til at forsøge at redde livet hos en patient, der sandsynligvis står overfor at skulle dø".

Modkraft
- Aske Sparrebro: Tre guldkorn fra Orwell (21. januar 2017).
"Har du et minimum af politisk bevidsthed eller etisk egagement, er George Orwell et must-read. I anledning af årsdagen for den engelske forfatters alt for tidlige bortgang bringer vi her en kort introduktion til forfatterskabets lysere sider."

Politiken
- Michael Seidelin: Orwells liste (25. juni 2003).
"Men offentliggørelsen har igen skabt debat om Orwells politiske indsats i de sidste år af sit liv."
På baggrund af bl.a. 3 artikler fra The Guardian:
- Fiachra Gibbons: Blacklisted writer says illness clouded Orwell’s judgement (June 24, 2003).
- John Ezard: Blair’s babe: Did love turn Orwell into a government stooge? (June 21, 2003).
Among Orwell’s suspects (June 21, 2003). List of the author’s suspects.
Se også denne artikel fra The Guardian:
- Stephen Bates: Odd clothes and unorthodox views - why MI5 spied on Orwell for a decade (September 4, 2007).

Politisk Revy
- Tema: 1984 (nr.451, 29. december 1983, s.7-12).
Spanienskæmper med George Orwell (interview med Stafford Cattman), ved Allan Anarchos (nr.452, 20. januar 1984, s.18-20 + nr.453, 3. februar, s.21-22).

Socialistisk Arbejderavis
- Andrew Stone: Orwells århundrede: fra 2003 til 1984 (nr.217, august 2003).
"George Orwell var en af de mest indflydelsesrige forfattere i det tyvende århundrede. I hundredåret for hans fødsel kan diskussioner omkring hans mest berømte bog ’1984’ stadig være yderst relevante."


George Orwell in Lleida (tall person in the back - during Spanish Civil War

Articles in English

On the publishng of the novel 1984, see also our timeline 8 June 1949 (scroll down)

The Guardian (UK) articles, see under chapter Artikler på dansk/skandinavisk > Politiken.

Against the Current
- Victor Pardo Lancina: Orwell in the maze of memory (No.148, September/October 2010).
On the history of Orwells book from the Spanish Civil War, Homage to Catalonia (1938).
- Jane Slaughter: Remembering Spain’s Revolution (No.143, November/December 2009).
"Orwell’s portrait of revolutionary Spain gives us a glimpse of human beings’ revolutionary and egalitarian potential and their capacity for bravery. That is why, 70 years later, Homage to Catalonia is worth reading for the first time and again."

Counterfire
Homage to Orwell (19 February 2013).
"Sean Ledwith looks at the ongoing debate concerning the legacy of a writer whose relationship with the left was always ambiguous."

Critique
- John Newsinger: Destroying the myth: George Orwell and Soviet communism (No.27, 1995, p.55-80). Only first page online.
"For Orwell, his socialist commitment necesarrily involved hostility to Soviet Communism."

The Guardian
- Stephen Bates: Odd clothes and unorthodox views - why MI5 spied on Orwell for a decade (4 September 2007).
"1984 author suspected of being a communist. Newly released files reveal Special Branch blunders."

International Socialism
- John Newsinger: Defusing George Orwell (Issue 143, Summer 2014). Review of Robert Colls, George Orwell: English Rebel (Oxford University Press, 2013).
"Now there is, without a doubt, a lot to be said about Orwell and Englishness, but what Colls does is use his exploration of the relationship as a way of domesticating Orwell, of diminishing his radicalism." See also review by Francis Mulhern: Forever Orwell (New Left Review, Issue 87, Maj-June 2014).
- John Newsinger: Orwell and the Spanish Revolution (Issue 62, Spring 1994, p.71-90).
"[Orwell] is the author of one of the most important celebrations of revolution in English literature, Homage to Catalonia. In this account of his experiences with the POUM (United Marxist Workers Party) militia in Spain, he makes clear his commitment to both working class struggle and to socialism, and at the same time his steadfast opposition to Stalinism and its apologists."
- John Molyneux: Animal Farm revisited (Issue 44, Autumn 1989, p.99-112). Two serious historical misrepresentations. 1: that Animal Farm and Orwell’s work as a whole can be rescued from the right wing and in some sense claimed for the socialist tradition is quite a popular one2: the years immediately following the revolution and in particular the civil war of 1918 to 1921.
- Peter Sedgwick: George Orwell: International Socialist?: 1: The Development of Orwell’s Socialism (Issue 37, June-July 1969, p.28-34).
"A basic account of the development of George Orwell’s political beliefs, from the beginning of his literary vocation down to his death in January 1950."
2. del udkom aldrig. / Second part apparently never published.

International Socialist Review
- Lee Wengraf: The Orwell we never knew (Issue 32, November–December 2003).
"Orwell’s writing has come to epitomize lessons taught in schools everywhere: Resistance is impossible, and Orwell’s Big Brother–the Soviet Union – is the unavoidable result of fighting for a better society … But George Orwell had a different vision than these conservatives, and for that, his life and works have something to offer the left today. Orwell became a self-described socialist as a result of lessons learned early in life".

Jacobin: Reason in Revolt
- Jared Spears: Spain through Orwell’s eyes (1 May 2017).
"Eighty years ago, Barcelona’s calamitous May Days sealed the fate of a worker-led social revolution. George Orwell was there to bear witness."

- Scott Poole: Reclaiming comrade Orwell (29 October, 2013).
"George Orwell has become a mirror into which any political position can look into and see itself staring back. But make no mistake – Orwell belongs to the Left."

Labour History Review
- John Newsinger: The American connection: George Orwell, ’literary Trotskyism’ and the New York intellectuals (No.1, 1999). Only first page online.

Links: International Journal of Socialist Renewal
- Alex Miller: Orwell’s Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty-Four: Critiques of Stalinism ’from the left’? (April 2008).
"This essay is the result of a re-reading of George Orwell’s two most famous novels. Both Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty-Four have acquired the status of textbooks, and are routinely used in schools to demonstrate to children the inherent dangers of social revolution. It is time for a reappraisal."

Lobster
- John Newsinger: George Orwell and the IRD (Issue 38, 1999, p.9-12). Artiklen er p.t. ikke online uden log-in. (Foreign Office’s hemmelige propagandaafdeling: Information Research Department = Foreign Office’s hemmelige propagandaafdeling).
- Robin Ramsay: The influence of intelligent services on the British left (1996).
En bredere baggrundsartikel, som ikke omhandler Orwell.

Foto fra MI5’s File ref KV 2/2699
- See: 4 September 2007 releases: Communists and suspected Communists.

Logos: A Journal of Modern Society & Culture
- Ian Williams: Orwell and the British left (Vol.9, No.1, 2010).
"This chapter briefly traces Orwell’s political development in the context of the British socialist politics of his era and shows how at an early stage he defined himself specifically as a ’democratic socialist’, thus intending to distance himself, and indeed socialism itself, from the various totalitarian tendencies that claimed, spuriously in his view, to be socialist."
- Ian Williams: Afterlife of an Atheist (Vol.6, Issue 1-2, Winter/Spring 2007). Review of John Rodden, Scenes from an Afterlife (Intercollegiate Studies Inst., 2003, 350 p.).
"Rodden’s examples show how the advertising industry, whose copywriters surely represent one of the most shamelessly Ingsoc professions, lying for money, can devalue some of the key concepts of Orwell’s work."

London Review of Books
- Terry Eagleton: Reach-me-down romantic (Vol.25, No.12, 19 June 2003).
Review of three books about Orwell by Gordon Bowker, D.J. Taylor and Scott Lucas.

New Interventions
- Paul Flewers: ‘I know how, but I don’t know why’: George Orwell’s conception of totalitarianism.
"An essay originally published by New Interventions as a pamphlet [2000, 35 p.], then published as a chapter in Paul Flewers (ed), George Orwell: Enigmatic Socialist (Socialist Platform, 2005, p.63-94; online at Scribd.com)." Review by John Newsinger (Revolutionary History, Vol.7, No.3, 2000, p.312-313).
- John Newsinger: George Orwell and the revolutionary left (No.4, 1998, p.9-19).

New Left Review
- Francis Mulhern: Forever Orwell (Issue 87, Maj-June 2014).
Review of Robert Colls, George Orwell: English Rebel (Oxford University Press, 2013, 330 p.). "The protean cult of Eric Blair finds its latest iteration."

New Statesman
- Scott Lucas: The socialist fallacy (29 May 2000).
"Reputations - Scott Lucas argues that Orwell’s status as the secular saint of socialism is built on a myth"

New York Review of Books
- Simon Leys: The intimate Orwell (Vol.58, No.10, June 9, 2011). Review of Peter Davison (ed.), Diaries by George Orwell (London, Harvill Secker, 2009) + Peter Davison (ed.), George Orwell: A Life in Letters (London, Harvill Secker, 2010)
- Timothy Garton Ash: Orwell’s List (Vol.50, No.14, September 25, 2003).
"So there it was at last, the copy of George Orwell’s notorious list of ’crypto-communists’ that went into the files of a semisecret department of the Foreign Office on May 4, 1949. It lay before me in a buff folder on the office table of a senior Foreign Office archivist. Despite all the controversy around it, no unofficial person had been allowed to see the list for more than fifty-four years ... So there is the text. What is the context?"

Reds - Die Roten
- Paul O’Flinn: Animal Farm, 1984 and socialist revolution. Chapter 2 in: Paul O’Flinn: Them and us in literature (London, Pluto Press, 1975, p.14-20).
"So what are we to make of this socialist who for the past generation has supplied the Right with a whole armoury of blunt instruments with which to attack the Left? More important, what’s useful in Orwell’s ideas and Orwell’s warnings for the present generation of socialists?"

Socialism Today
- Peter Taaffe: Revisiting the Road to Wigan Pier (Issue 137, April 2010).
"It was 75 years ago that the publisher Victor Gollancz commissioned George Orwell to write a book about the effects of mass unemployment in the depression-era north of England. Peter Taaffe revisits one of Orwell’s less familiar, but now again very relevant, signature works."

The Socialist
- Michael Calderbank: George Orwell: Facing up to the contradictions (30 June 2003).
"Orwell was responding to debates within the left, about how to keep the idea of a genuine socialist transformation alive." And scroll down the article to: Books that inspired socialists: Homage to Catalonia (30 June 2003)

Socialist Review
Special Feature: An Orwellian Nightmare? (Issue 276, July-August 2003):
"George Orwell was one of the most influential writers of the 20th century. On the hundredth anniversary of his birth we examine the controversy around his work and his legacy for today."
Orwell Centenary: George Orwell, 1903-1950: The facts of Orwell’s life.
- Andrew Stone: From 2003 to 1984: An assessment of Orwell’s most famous novel.
- Paul Foot: The Cold War controversy: Why does much of the left reject Orwell?
- Andy Durgan: No Pasaran: Orwell and revolutionary Spain.
- John Newsinger: Orwell centenary: The biographies.
- Gareth Jenkins: Culture, class and communism: Orwell has become part of the everyday culture he so powerfully described.

Socialist Worker (UK)
Orwell was heading leftward along the Road to Wigan Pier (Issue 2544, 7 March 2017)
"On the 80th anniversary of George Orwell’s classic The Road to Wigan Pier, Simon Basketter looks at his account of working class life and the left."
George Orwell’s road to socialism (Issue 2336, 19 January 2013).
"As BBC Radio Four and Penguin books launch a celebration of George Orwell, Simon Basketter looks at the politics of one of the finest writers on the left." With links to three ohther articles.
The Road to Wigan Pier: a searing account of 1930s poverty (Issue 2294, 17 March 2012).
"Simon Basketter looks back at George Orwell’s classic The Road To Wigan Pier, published 75 years ago."

Socialist Worker (US)
- Lee Wengraf: The legacy of George Orwell : A wittness to revolution and counterrevolution (July 4, 2003).
"The life and writing of George Orwell on the 100th anniversary of his birth."

Solidarity (UK)
- Sean Matgamna: George Orwell and today’s left: The man who told unpalatable truths (3/33, 26 June 2003).
"When he was alive, Orwell, who died in 1950, was regarded by the dominant forces ’on the left’ of the 1930s and 40s as a ’right-winger’, a crank, an ’anti-Soviet renegade’, an agent or a ’dupe’ of fascism, and an all-round enemy."
- Chris Hickey: Documenting the Spanish Civil War (3/33, 26 June 2003).
"Born 100 years ago and dying in 1950, it is difficult to think of an English writer in the last 100 years who has aroused stronger feelings and been the subject of more political dispute than George Orwell. Yet the fame and controversy that surround Orwell’s name essentially derive from just two books, Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty-Four, produced in the last 6 or 7 years of his life."
- Chris Hickey: George Orwell: Imagining the totalitarians (3/34, 10 July 2003).
"Written on the cusp of the Cold War Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty-Four launched Orwell’s international reputation and made him the most politically fought over English writer of the 20th century."

Weekly Worker
- Gareth Evans: Paradox of an anti-Stalinist (Issue 847, January 6, 2011). Review of Philip Bounds, Orwell and Marxism: the political and cultural thinking of George Orwell (IB Tauris Publications, 2009)
"[This book] is a comprehensively researched piece of work. As a result, it is a valuable asset for anyone wishing to get to grips with the politics of George Orwell and a useful tool for assessing those issues prominent within the communist movement throughout his most prolific and productive years."

What Next? Marxist Discussion Journal
- Ed George: Orwell and ’The English Genius’ (No.28, 2004).
" …fundamental to understanding the nature of the continuity in Orwell’s thought is comprehending his interpretation and reception of British (or English) nationalism."

World Socialist Web Site
- Richard Mynick: A comment: Revisiting George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four in 2010 (12 June 2010)
"George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four, one of the most influential English-language novels of the mid-twentieth century, was published in 1949. The term ’Orwellian’ has long conjured up a vision of the prototypical ’totalitarian state’." See also: Letters on ’Revisiting George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four in 2010’ (19 June 2010)
- Andy Reiss: Animal Farm: a new version on US television (12 November 1999).
"The US cable network TNT recently broadcast a well-publicised remake of George Orwell’s classic, Animal Farm, directed by John Stevens."
- Fred Mazelis: George Orwell and the British Foreign Office (9 September 1998).
"When a new 20-volume edition of the collected works of George Orwell appeared about two months ago, included among the books, essays and voluminous correspondence of the famed British writer and journalist who died nearly 50 years ago was a list of some 130 prominent figures he compiled in 1949."

Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
George Orwell
Orwell’s list

YouTube.com
- Video: George Orwell and Socialism (1:19:21 min.). Speech by John Newsinger at Marxism 2014, London.

Se også:

- Tidslinjen 17. august 1945 om Orwells bog "Kammerat Napoleon" (Modkraft.dk/Tidsskriftcentret)
- Tidslinjen 8. juni 1949 om Orwells bog "1984" (Modkraft.dk/Tidsskriftcentret)

Orwell Sites

George Orwell (1903-1950): a web guide to George Orwell from Literaryhistory.com
"The most comprehensive and authoritative bibliography for full-text literary criticism on the internet."

George Orwell (1903-1950) (Project Gutenberg of Australia: a treasure-trove of literature)
"Read and/or download these George Orwell works". Online versions of most of Orwell’s novels.
- Section: Fifty Orwell Essays (1931-1949)

George Orwell: Complete works, Biography, Quotes, Essays = George-Orwell.org
Fiction - Non-Fiction - Essayes.
Non-Fiction:
Homage to Catalonia
The Road to Wigan Pier

George Orwell 1903-1950
Her er, udover Orwell-tekster, bla. et par længere artikler: Claus B. Storgaard: George Orwell, socialist, anarchist or what …? og Rhodri Williams: Orwells political messages in Animal Farm, Homages to Catalonia and 1984. Se Essays.

George Orwell (1903-1950)
Section Biography (Orwell Chronology; The Road to Wigan Pier, 1937; Orwell’s photo gallery; Orwell’s grave (photos)
Section Library: George Orwell’s novels (’his 9 basic works’), essays/articles, reviews, poems and other writers.

Marxists Internet Archive
George Orwell (Writers Archive). With biography + two article about the war.

The Orwell Society
The official society for the author Eric Arthur Blair known as George Orwell.

Remembering George Orwell: Eric Arthur Blair 1903-1950
The Twelve Books; Biographies; Articles about Orwell; Links + Cronology.
The site is a bibliography with comments and illustrations, no Orwell texts online.

Orwell-inspirerede sites

1984.dk: Et site mod overvågning og registrering
"Dette site er oprettet [af PROSA] som en protest mod et nyt lovforslag fra regeringen, som væsentligt vil forringe vores retssikkerhed og give mulighed for øget overvågning af borgere".


Emneindex: Kultur / Culture
Placering: Modkraft.dk/Tidsskriftcentret/Personer
Kort URL: linkweb.dk/orwell
Emneord: totalitarianism, big brother,
Variantord: orvel, orwel, oswel, gorge orwel,


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Gaia: tidsskrift for international solidaritet (nr.81, forår 2017, 31 s.). Kvartalstidsskrift online med artikler om Trump og nyliberalismen, Etiopien, Cuba, Filippinerne, Israel og Columbia.

Against the Current (Issue 188, May-June 2017). Amerikansk socialistisk tidsskrift online med artikler bl.a. om Trumps politik, Latinamerikas højredrejning, Den Russiske Revolution og arbejderdemokrati + mange boganmeldelser.

Kritisk Debat (17. april 2017). Online med 16 artikler, bl.a. om Socialdemokraterne og højrepopulismen, Latinamerika, Frankrig, Indien, samt en længere artikel af Göran Therborn om ulighedens dynamik (fra New Left Review).

International Socialism (Issue 154, Spring 2017, 223 p.). Britisk kvartalstidsskrift online med artikler bl.a om Donald Trump og den neoliberalistiske verdensorden, antisemitisme og højrefløjen, den russiske revolution og Lenins April-teser, klasseanalyse, Frantz Fanon, Engels og menneskets forhistorie + boganmeldelser.

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