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Two Hitchenses on Waugh

Articles on Waugh by brothers Christopher and Peter Hitchens have recently been resurrected on the internet. These are┬áChristopher’s essay┬á“The Permanent Adolescent” which originally appeared in The Atlantic magazine for April 2003 and was later collected in Arguably. This is now … Continue reading

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Christopher Hitchens’ Last Words on Waugh

The latest New English Review contains a review of the┬áposthumous collection of Christopher Hitchens’ essays entitled, And yet… While there are no essays or reviews devoted to the subject of Evelyn Waugh, he does get a mention: …one of the … Continue reading

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Source of Azania

A recent debate started on the Facebook page of a South African politician has migrated to the op ed pages of the newspapers. Earlier this month, Tito Mboweni, a retired Governor┬áof the South African Reserve Bank, proposed that the name … Continue reading

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