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Circulations remained relatively small for most journals, losses were an expected part of the economic calculations, and the practicalities of printing and distribution could be overwhelming. Cyril Connolly argues that ‘Magazines required two animators: an editor and a backer (or angel)’ (Connolly, p. 427). For a good deal of the 1930s Rees played both parts. Despite the pressures, The Adelphi was one of the age’s most enduring periodicals. indd 23 9/7/2011 10:28:31 PM George Orwell the Essayist 24 him access to an engaged and loosely aligned group of writers and intellectuals who, according to Edouard Roditi, were rather confused, more distrustful of traditional beliefs than yet converted to any new beliefs.
Indd 33 9/7/2011 10:28:33 PM 34 George Orwell the Essayist Apart from these few published pieces Blair’s main employment was teaching at The Hawthorns. Victor Gollancz had agreed to publish what in July 1932 Blair suggested might be called The Lady Poverty (a title Gollancz sensibly rejected) but which came out as Down and Out in Paris and London . Blair had also suggested the uninspired ‘Kenneth Miles’ or the faintly ludicrous ‘H. Lewis Allways’ as possible pseudonyms, but plumped for ‘George Orwell’.