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New Novels with Wavian Undercurrents

Two new novels have been credited in reviews with having been influenced by the writings of Evelyn Waugh. In the Spectator, Elizabeth Day’s fourth novel The Party¬†is described in a review by Helen Brown¬†as beginning with the hero’s Arriving at … Continue reading

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Waugh Appears in Two New Novels

Two new¬†novels reviewed in recent press reports contain appearances by Evelyn Waugh. A Man Lies Dreaming¬†by Lavie Tidhar is reviewed in today’s New York Times. It is variously described as a “wild spoof” and a “scabrous pulp-noir.” It has several … Continue reading

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