From one of the foremost bibliographers of our time, this is the first-ever bibliography of George Orwell (1903-1950), one of the major figures of 20th century literature. With his work still in print, there have been more than 30 new editions or reissues of his most famous novel, "1984," in at least 16 languages. This bibliography of Orwell's working life as a journalist, reviewist, essayist, novelist, and broadcaster also includes posthumous editions of his works already published, as well as peripheral items such as juvenilia, movies, and tape recordings. This is an important reference work for scholars studing the whole range of Orwell's publishing life, collectors, librarians, and antiquarian book trade specialists. Co-published with St. Paul's Bibliographies.