Books v cigarettes is an essay published in 1946 by the english author george orwell it compares the costs of reading to other forms of recreation including tobacco smoking. Reading these seven essays in books v cigarettes by george orwell was like a revisit to a familiar entertaining and inspiring author whose fame has long been admired by his readers having read his animal farm nineteen eighty four down and out in paris and london etc to name but a few. Money spent on books vs cigarettes therefore will promote health and develop and free minds rather than causing irrevocable to damage to peoples bodies references 1 orwell g books vs cigarettes. Books includes novels poetry text books works of reference sociological treatises and much else and length and price do not correspond to one another especially if one habitually buys books second hand. Books v cigarettes is another fine collection of selected essays by george orwell in the penguin great ideas series this one focusing on books literature in harsh political regimes patriotism his time in a run down hospital in france and his memoirs of going to a private boarding school
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