In July 1944, Orson Welles wrapped up one of his wartime radio broadcasts with a brief, emotional reading of one of America’s favorite authors, John Steinbeck. The piece was titled With Your Wings, an
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I admire Orwell for how he lived as well as for how he wrote. He would have sneered at the notion that he was a saint – he once described the Christian heaven as "choir practice in a jeweller's shop".
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