It’s the summer of 1945. A political satire is about to be published by a writer who will soon become world famous. The book is Animal Farm and the writer is George Orwell. Dr. John C. Chalberg portrays Orwell as though he is addressing Americans on the eve of the Cold War. Following that is Orwell, the essayist, at his best, as excerpted by Dr. Chalberg.
The Society of G.K. Chesterton