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Orwell - Kentish Town Orwell - Kentish Town

Plaque: Orwell - Kentish Town

Erection date: 1980

Inscription

George Orwell, 1903 - 1950, novelist and political essayist, lived here.
Greater London Council 

Orwell lodged here for a short time, during which he had a punch-up with another lodger who came home drunk. It is possible that Orwell was not entirely sober.

Site: Orwell - Kentish Town (1 memorial)

NW5, Lawford Road, 50

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