Books v Cigarettes (Unabridged)- George Orwell

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Summary

Books v. Cigarettes is a funny and irrevirent essay comparing the costs of reading to other forms of recreation including smoking.
Originating from the experience of an editor friend who was firewatching during the Second World War, who was told by factory workers that they had no interest in literature because they could not afford books, the essay first appeared in Tribune in 1946.
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Audiobook
Time Audiobook:
12min
Languages:
English
Published:
16/12/2021
Publisher Audiobook:
SNR Audio
ISBN Audiobook:
9781914230523

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