Orwell is the first serious author many of us read, probably at school, and unlike Shakespeare who is often taught extremely badly, we do not hate him for the experience.
„This is a reference to Stalin remaining in Stalingrad at the height of the Nazi siege in 1942-1943…“
When I read this review, which I liked, I'm almost sure there was a part about Orwell's comments on The Road to Serfdom where he insisted central planning was still viable. Was this cut, or am I hallucinating? It was the most interesting part to me, where we could point out Orwell's biggest flaw: even before Hayek's crystal clear explanations, he insisted on socialism.