Evelyn Waugh Studies, No. 53.1 (Spring 2022)

The latest issue of  the society’s journal Evelyn Waugh Studies has been distributed to the members and is now posted at this link. Here is a description of the contents as set forth in the cover letter:

1. Thomas J. Hellenbrand reappraises Waugh’s time in what was then Yugoslavia during World War II, a fascinating interlude and an experience Waugh turned into some of the most moving sections of the Sword of Honour trilogy.

2. Francisco Teles da Gama provides an excellent piece on the reborn hero in the works of Waugh and Schnitzler, appropriately entitled “Fall and Rise”.

3. Meanwhile, our very own Jeffrey Manley considers the 75th anniversary of the US publication of Brideshead.

4. Book reviews include two editions from the long-awaited Complete Works series, edited by titans of Waugh scholarship, Donat Gallagher (v. 26 Essays, Articles and Reviews) reviewed by Marshall McGraw and Martin Stannard (v. 2, Vile Bodies) reviewed by Nicholas V. Barney.

UPDATE (18 July 2022): Link to current issue added.

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