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Alec Waugh, War Poet

A weblog called “Behind Their Lines” which specializes in WWI poetry has posted a poem by Alec Waugh entitled “The Other Side”. He wrote the poem in March 1917, so this is now its centenary.  The poem was included in … Continue reading

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Waugh Cited in Announcement of Erle Stanley Gardner Book

The New York Times in a recent books column has announced the publication of a long forgotten book by Erle Stanley Gardner. This was written in 1939 as the second in his series of books featuring the detectives Bertha Cool and Donald … Continue reading

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1949 New York Times Interview with Evelyn Waugh

On Twitter, Terry Teachout draws our attention to a “forgotten” 1949 New York Times interview with Evelyn Waugh: “The best American writer, of course,” Mr. Waugh said, “is Erle Stanley Gardner. . . . Do I really wish to say … Continue reading

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