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Waugh and Powell in the Spectator

The Spectator has posted a podcast in which Hilary Spurling, author of the recent biography of Anthony Powell, discusses the book with Sam Leith, the Spectator’s literary editor. Near the end of the interview Spurling is comparing the lives and … Continue reading

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Mark Amory Reviews New Biography in the Spectator

Mark Amory, editor of the 1980 collection of Waugh’s letters and retired literary editor of the Spectator magazine, reviews Philips Eade’s new biography of Waugh in this week’s Spectator. As he began Eade’s book, Amory wondered what more EadeĀ could say … 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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Editor of Waugh’s Letters Retires from The Spectator

Mark Amory, who edited the pioneering volume of Evelyn Waugh’s letters that appeared in 1980, has recently announced his retirement as Literary Editor of The Spectator. He went to work there in “about 1985.” In his valedictory article announcing his … Continue reading

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