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Unsung Waughs

A posting by Ralph Berry on the weblog of the “paleoconservative” journal Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture cites one of Waugh’s least read novels: I was lately in Exeter, hoping to see something of the Islamic Centre at the … Continue reading

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University of Texas Announces Final Details of Waugh Panel

The Faculty Seminar on British Studies and the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas-Austin will host a panel this Friday on the topic “Evelyn Waugh: His Visits to the United States.” The panel will consist of Martin Stannard and Barbara … Continue reading

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Two Events to Mark 50th Anniversary of Waugh’s Death

Two events have been announced related to the 50th Anniversary of Evelyn Waugh’s death next Easter. The Brotherton Gallery at the University of Leeds will host an exhibit of the manuscript of Vile Bodies and other items relating to Waugh from … 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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