Other novels, memoirs, and literary and social criticism include Burmese Days (1934), Keep the Aspidistra Flying (1936), Down and Out in Paris and London (1933), and The Road to Wigan Pier (1937).
What does KTAF stand for?
KTAF stands for Keep the Aspidistra Flying (George Orwell book)
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English novelist, whose works include 1984, Keep The Aspidistra Flying and Animal Farm.
Keep the Aspidistra Flying (1936) was an ambivalent novel about freedom of choice and the human dilemma while Coming Up for Air (1939) was based on his recuperative stay in Morocco in 1938.
Green’s toffs are, in short, related to the solid middle class of the Comstock landless gentry in George Orwell’s Keep the Aspidistra Flying.
1957: Richard E Grant, 47, Swaziland-born British actor, whose films include Withnail and I, The Player, Keep The Aspidistra Flying and Jack and Sarah.
In Keep the Aspidistra Flying Orwell's embittered hero and would-be poet Gordon Comstock is forced by poverty to take a humiliating job as a hack writer in a cynical, Americanized advertising agency.
Consider his 1936 novel, Keep The Aspidistra Flying, which was faithfully filmed in 1998 as A Merry War.
Orwell's novels (including the famous aforementioned pair,as well as Keep The Aspidistra Flying,A Clergyman's Daughter and Coming Up For Air) have gained huge critical acclaim.