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A Recent Visit to “Whispering Glades”

In this week’s LA Weekly, an alternative newspaper distributed in the Los Angeles region,┬áthere is a humorous description of a recent visit to Forest Lawn Cemetery by artist and illustrator Tony Mostrom. He begins with references to the negativity expressed … Continue reading

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New Age Waugh

This week’s New York Times Book Review contains a review by writer David Leavitt of a novel by British satirist Edward St. Aubyn that was originally published in England in 1998. The novel, entitled On the Edge, is compared to … Continue reading

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Huntington Library acquires major Waugh collection

The Huntington Library in San Marino, California (12 miles west of Los Angeles) has announced the acquisition of a major collection of rare editions and manuscripts of Evelyn Waugh. The collection, consisting of some 250 books and 135 letters and … Continue reading

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