I, James Blunt
I, James Blunt is a 1942, wartime alternate history short-story by English journalist H. V. Morton. It takes the form of a diary written by an English tradesman chronicling the Nazi occupation of Great Britain in the fall of 1944. The short-story was commissioned by the Ministry of Information as propaganda and is Morton's only work of fiction beside his travel journalism writings for which he is better known. George Orwell described the novel as "a good flesh creeper, founded on the justified assumption that the mass of the English people haven't heard of fascism."
I, James Blunt
I, James Blunt is a 1942, wartime alternate history short-story by English journalist H. V. Morton. It takes the form of a diary written by an English tradesman chronicling the Nazi occupation of Great Britain in the fall of 1944. The short-story was commissioned by the Ministry of Information as propaganda and is Morton's only work of fiction beside his travel journalism writings for which he is better known. George Orwell described the novel as "a good flesh creeper, founded on the justified assumption that the mass of the English people haven't heard of fascism."