Down and Out in Paris and London

by

George Orwell

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Bolshevik Newspaper Men Character Analysis

They pretend to publish a Bolshevik newspaper. In reality, they are running a complex scam in which they charge potential writers a membership fee, pocket the fee, and disappear. Boris attempts to secure Orwell work writing for the paper, but the two men soon discover the paper is only a front.
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Bolshevik Newspaper Men Character Timeline in Down and Out in Paris and London

The timeline below shows where the character Bolshevik Newspaper Men appears in Down and Out in Paris and London. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
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Boris’s proposal is that they seek out a group of Bolshevik newspapermen who run a communist weekly. Orwell, a writer, might find employment with them writing pieces... (full context)