Orwell draws on his years of experience in India to tell this story of the waning days of British imperialism. A handful of Englishmen living in a settlement in Burma congregate in the European Club, drink whiskey, and argue over an impending order to admit a token Asian.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - kukulaj - LibraryThing
I haven't read any of Orwell's books beyond Animal Farm and 1984, so I don't know how much overlap there is. This book contains extensive notes of Orwell's travels that turned into the Wigan Pier book ... Read full review
Review: Burmese DaysUser Review - Tariq Mahmood - Goodreads
What a fantastic story, kept be intrigued and captivated till the end. Orwell is the best English author for me. He has the ability to clearly see incongruities in the English culture, exposing its ... Read full review