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|Title:||“A Hanging”: George Orwell’s Unheralded Literary Breakthrough|
|Abstract:||“A Hanging,” written under George Orwell’s birth name of Eric Blair, is a literary feat and artistic landmark in the development of “Blair” into “Orwell” that has gone little-noticed by most Orwell readers. This essay discusses the contribution of “The Hanging” to that development in close detail, and it also addresses long-standing debates about its genre and biographical statues.|
|Appears in Collections:||Concentric: Studies in English Literature and Linguistics|
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