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Weekend Roundup: From Germany to Mayfair

Waugh’s 1931 travel book Remote People is receivng more attention in Germany. This may be due to the issuance of a new edition of the full German translation that was originally published in 2007. In a Deutchlandfunk radio broadcast (or … Continue reading

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Heywood Hill Bookstore Still Thriving

The Mayfair bookstore where Waugh was a customer and his friend Nancy Mitford was a¬†manager is profiled in this week’s New York Times “T” magazine¬†(“Shelf Life” p. 196). This is the Heywood Hill book store, in an article by Sarah … Continue reading

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