Tag Archives: John Howard Wilson

Churchill, the “Sham Augustan”

Winston Churchill’s reputation seems to be enjoying yet another renaissance. This may be due to political leadership fatigue in the English-speaking world. A recent book and two films are the latest examples of Churchilliana. An issue of The Tablet from earlier … Continue reading

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A Little More Learning

Dr. Barbara Cooke, Research Associate at the University of Leicester for the Complete Works of Waugh project and editor of the volume containing Waugh’s autobiography A Little Learning has posted an article about how Waugh’s life at Oxford is reflected in that work. … Continue reading

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John Howard Wilson, Jr. PhD (1961-2014)

It is with great sadness that the Evelyn Waugh Society announces the death on 11 December in Erie, Pennsylvania of our founder and renowned Waugh scholar, Dr. John Howard Wilson, Jr. He was 53. An obituary of Dr. Wilson by … Continue reading

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