Tag Archives: Ann Pasternak Slater

TLS Reviews Waugh Books

The latest TLS has a review of the two recently published books about Evelyn Waugh by Ann Pasternak Slater and Philip Eade. The review, entitled “Horrors of Waugh”,  is available to read on the internet. It is written by journalist … Continue reading

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William H Pritchard Reviews New Waugh Books

Noted US literary critic William H Pritchard has reviewed the two new books about Evelyn Waugh by Philip Eade and Ann Pasternak Slater. The article entitled “Evelyn Waugh Revisited” is published in the current issue of The Hudson Review. Prof Pritchard has … Continue reading

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Latest Evelyn Waugh Studies Posted on Website

The latest issue of the Society’s journal Evelyn Waugh Studies (No. 47.2, Autumn 2016) is posted on the website. Here are the contents: ARTICLES Grace Stevens, Unnatural Narratology and the Tiresian Anthony Blanche in Brideshead Revisited  David Bittner, The “Vanbrugh Brouhaha” … Continue reading

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Waugh Books Feature in Best of Year Listings

UK newspapers have begun listing their best of the year selections, and books about Waugh feature in several of them. Philip Eade’s biography was named in numerous papers. The Financial Times included the book in its selections of best literary non-fiction: … Continue reading

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William Boyd Reviews Pasternak Slater and Eade in Guardian

Novelist and Waugh admirer William Boyd in today’s Guardian reviews the new books on Waugh by Ann Pasternak Slater and Philip Eade. See earlier posts. Perhaps because the Guardian had already reviewed Eade’s book, Boyd spends most of his review … Continue reading

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Waugh Study by Ann Pasternak Slater Published

The long-awaited study of Waugh’s life and work by Ann Pasternak Slater was published earlier this month in the UK. Dr Pasternak Slater is Senior Research Fellow at St Anne’s College, Oxford. She is well known to Waugh Society members … Continue reading

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From the Scoop to the Sack to Baghdad

A blogger has posted a quote describing Waugh’s actions in the immediate aftermath of his sacking by the Daily Mail during his coverage of the Abyssinian War: “The Daily Mail sacked Waugh [… and] in December 1935 he left Abyssinia … Continue reading

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Inaugural Dead Meet Up, London, Nov. 26th: “The Loved One” and the Reality of Embalming

There is nothing new under the sun. Except, perhaps, this: On Wed., Nov. 26th, at Barts Pathology Museum in London, Dead Meet (“Dating and Networking for Death Professionals”), is holding its Inaugural Dead Meet Up, a networking event at which … Continue reading

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BBC Radio 4 discussion of Decline and Fall

On Feb. 21, on the BBC Radio 4 program In Our Time, David Bradshaw (Professor of English Literature at Worcester College, Oxford), John Bowen (Professor of Nineteenth-Century Literature at the University of York) and Ann Pasternak Slater (Senior Research Fellow at … Continue reading

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