I started After You've Gone in April 2013 with the opening sentence in George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four. It is indeed a bright morning today, though not as cold as it was last year, and a year on, it feels right to mark the occasion with a return to the 1949 novel.
|First published in 1949, this edition with the iconic Penguin Books cover dates from 1960|
|A cutting from The Daily Herald, Tuesday 14th June 1955 announcing the production at Elstree Studios of the first adaption of Nineteen Eighty-Four for the big screen|
|Ein Utopischer Roman, 1964 Diana-Reihe, Stuttgart|
|Collection Folio, |France June, 1983|
|Penguin Books, Reprinted 1967|