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Roundup: From Seven Deadly Sins to Four Brandy Alexanders

–The Spanish newspaper El Mundo has a story about the career of novelist Ian Fleming, best known for his James Bond novels and films. This begins with a discussion of Fleming‚Äôs less well-known role as International Editor of The Sunday … Continue reading

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Waugh and George Steer (More)

The Spanish newspaper El Mundo has published a feature length story on British correspondent George Steer to mark¬†the 80th anniversary of the attack on Guernica in 1937 during the Spanish Civil War. Steer, reporting for The Times, is credited with … Continue reading

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El Mundo Writes of Sybille Bedford’s Debt to Waugh

A¬†Spanish-language¬†article in the daily newspaper El Mundo¬†published in Madrid relates the story of author¬†Sybille Bedford’s struggle to start her writing career. ¬†This did not begin until she was in her 40s. She was born in Germany into a half Jewish … Continue reading

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