Fifty Orwell Essays
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Sanford Pinsker is the author and editor of more than a dozen books, including book-length studies of Philip Roth, Cynthia Ozick, Joseph Heller, and J. D. Salinger. He also has published more than 800 articles, essays, editorials, and book reviews, frequently contributing to Georgia Review, Sewanee Review, and VQR. He recently retired after 37 years of teaching at Franklin and Marshall College.
In 1923 a Monroe, North Carolina newspaper ascribed the saying to Edwin M. Stanton, but the number of years was changed from fifty to forty: 1923 October 16, The Monroe Journal, Your Reflector, Quote Page 4, Column 2, Monroe, North Carolina. (Newspapers_com)
Nature gives you the face you have at twenty; life models the face you have at thirty; but the face you have at fifty, is the one you deserve.Mme. G. Chanel (in Les Annales, Paris.)
The course begins with the fifty years before World War One, inwhich the world economy was tightly integrated. It then explores theyears from World War One through World War Two, during which theworld’s economies turned in