Orwell, Politics, and Power

Orwell, Politics, and Power

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Orwell, Politics, and Power takes the political writings in Orwell's literary corpus as a source of inspiration for theorizing about contemporary political issues and themes. By looking at Orwell as a political thinker, the book derives a 'political message' from his works that may qualify as contributions to the liberal political thought. The book argues that Orwell's fears about power becoming its own end resulted from his belief that liberal political culture was under attack by social and economic forces that undermined the foundational beliefs and convictions of liberal political morality.
Publisher: New York : Continuum, 2010.
ISBN: 9781441109828
144110982X
9781441158543
1441158545
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xii, 164 pages)

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