Tag Archives: George Orwell

Part Three 3: Good-bye Noel, Hello Teaching

Part Three   Chapter 3 Good-bye Noel, Hello Teaching.    Len began writing the following letter on Thursday at work, but she sent it on the Saturday from Leicester Square, London. 9 June, 1949. The Office, Thinking Thursday Hail, Hello … Continue reading

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Part Two 7: Experimental Theatre

Part Two  7:   Experimental Theatre      “I’ve been thinking about what I want to study and have decided that in all respects the theatre is really what I want. What I’m interested in most is the experimental theatre, … Continue reading

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