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For whom, one might ask. As with ‘A Hanging’ and Burmese Days, Orwell’s is an Anglo- centric viewpoint, concentrating on the Empire and the situation of the imperial ruler rather than imperialism proper and the position of subject peoples. He reinforces his defence of Kipling by continuing that the picture then called up by the word ‘empire’ was a picture of overworked officials and frontier skirmishes, not of Lord Beaverbrook and Australian butter. It was still possible to be an imperialist and a gentleman, and of Kipling’s personal decency there can be no doubt.
Comstock’s literary world is shot through with periodicals; he has a poem turned down by Primrose Quarterly, but receives a cheque from Californian Review for a poem he has forgotten about (CO, IV, p. , p. 32); Ravelston publishes his poems in Antichrist and gives him books to review. Antichrist is described as a middle- to high-brow monthly, Socialist in a vehement but ill- defined way. In general it gave the impression of being edited by an ardent Nonconfomist who had transferred his allegiance from God to Marx, and in doing so had got mixed up with a gang of vers libre poets.
P. 210) but it has performed a crucial act by recoiling at the destruction of a healthy, conscious man, something the narrator temporarily disregards. Understanding the dog’s profoundly symbolic significance challenges readings of ‘A Hanging’ founded simply on it being an autobiographical account. Precisely what the essay conveys remains ambiguous, for although the narrator’s abhorrence at the execution returns, and the crude joking and drinking that follow expose his guilt, the concluding lines indicate his compromised position: ‘We all had a drink together, native and European alike, quite amicably.