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Category Archives: Hampstead
Author Gill Hornby in her Daily Mail column takes up the literary genre of expat novels. This is in response to two of her children expatriating themselves: We Brits didn’t only build the model for expat life, we’ve also provided its … Continue reading
Both the Financial Times and the Guardian have stories this weekend based on Waugh’s writngs. They are also mentioned prominently in two Australian papers. Writing in the FT, Janan Ganesh sees what may be the passing of the middle class longing … Continue reading
A Waugh quote opens an article in the South China Morning Post about Djibouti: Not that long ago, Djibouti was known for little more than French legionnaires, atrocious heat and being at the other end of a railway line to … Continue reading
Critic and novelist D J Taylor has written a book inspired by William Thackeray entitled The New Book of Snobs, to be published later this month. An excerpt appears in the Daily Mail. This deals mostly with Taylor’s account of his own … Continue reading
A member of the Orwell Society has posted a report of a visit made by a group of its members to North London sites associated with George Orwell. The visit started in Hampstead with a stop at the site of … Continue reading
A North London property promotion site has made prominent use of a photo of the English Heritage Blue Plaque on Evelyn Waugh’s family home (145 North End Road, NW11 7HT). This is Ham & High Properties promotional material for sales in … Continue reading
Times gossip columnist Patrick Kidd discusses Phiip Eade’s identification of models for Waugh characters in today’s “Diary”: …Lord Parakeet in Decline and Fall was based on Gavin Henderson, an exceedingly camp noble who, on becoming Lord Faringdon, opened a speech … Continue reading
A book describing the career of Rev Basil Bourchier, the first vicar of St Jude-on-the-Hill in Hampstead Garden Suburb, has been written by the current vicar, Alan Walker. Evelyn Waugh’s family were parishioners at the church in his youth, and … Continue reading
The new biography of Evelyn Waugh by Philip Eade has been reviewed in the Camden Review, which is an arts and entertainment section carried in local North London papers, including the Camden New Journal and the Islington Tribune. The review … Continue reading
The Ham(pstead) & High(gate) website features a Jan. 12th article by Adam Sonin on Evelyn Waugh’s Hampstead days.