Hi there, I'm principally writing concerning the review below, stating that this book does not contain the complete novels. Actually, it DOES contain the complete novels. George Orwell wrote 5 Novels: _Burmese Days_, _Keep the Aspidistra Flying_, _A Clergyman's Daughter_, _Animal Farm_, and _Nineteen Eighty-four_. These are all present in this collection, the three titles mentioned below which are not included (_Homage to Catalonia_, _The Road to Wigan Pier_, and _Down & Out in Paris & London_) are not included because they are NOT novels. The five novels included, however, are quite possibly Orwell's most enchanting work -- I first read _Keep the Aspidistra Flying_ over 10 years ago, and Orwell hasn't left my side since. I've read nearly all of the published works, and am slowly but surely making my way through the variety of newspaper columns, etc. But if you are unsure as to where to begin your Orwell education, for it is that, START HERE.