A Clergyman's Daughter

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Volume 3 of The Complete Works of George Orwell No one has ever been as severe as George Orwell himself as to the merits of A Clergyman's Daughter. He didn't want this, his second novel, reprinted and he had, he once said, 'made a muck of it'. Orwell's disenchantment may in part stem from the way the book was - to use his favourite word for this process - 'garbled' during its passage from the typescript to print. Thus A Clergyman's Daughter became for him a deformed child: others also 'made a muck of it'. Although it is ...

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