Talk:Polemic (magazine)

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Removed unreferenced text[edit]

Have removed the following pending someone finding a reference for it:

Swingler, a minor English communist poet in his 1930s, attacked Orwell for writing this article ‘through a fog of vagueness and through a hailstorm of private hates,’ equating Orwell (and Koestler) with the anti-Soviet "HEARST PRESS." Polemic's editors allowed Orwell to respond to Swingler in sidebars almost as long as the article.

--Technopat (talk) 00:40, 22 December 2008 (UTC)

Have found a reference for it but as it is a copy & paste job, will modify it rather than restoring it. --Technopat (talk) 03:33, 2 January 2009 (UTC)

Positive ID?[edit]

Can anyone positively ID the following contributors: Toynbee, Nicholson, Waley, Paul... In some cases it could be either father or son. Cheers!--Technopat (talk) 02:28, 30 December 2008 (UTC)

One done. --Technopat (talk) 13:47, 30 December 2008 (UTC)

Punctuation[edit]

Inverted commas are opened but never closed.