George Orwell Gets an Apology for a Rejection Letter (but Not for His Marmalade Recipe)


Twenty four. Well, every writer gets rejection letters odu they, but they almost never get read policies for them. That though is exactly what George Orwell got this week. Just a little late times reports a British Council, which promotes intercultural relations, ask him to write an essay talking of British food in nineteen Forty-six only to turn him down and to insult his recipe for orange marmalade. The original editor later admitted. It was a great essay, buddy. Didn't like the marmalade. They apologized this week in all of that probably puts it close to the rejection hall of fame right next to the guy who turned down Herman Melville's Moby, Dick. With the words. Does it have to

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