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Socialites to Socialists: Inez Holden and Nancy Mitford

Two books in the news were written by or about two of Waugh’s friends and fellow writers: Inez Holden and Nancy Mitford. As explained in reviews of those books, both progressed from upper-class to left-wing political views: –Novelist and critic … Continue reading

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Spring Issue of Evelyn Waugh Studies Published

The latest issue of Evelyn Waugh Studies (No. 50.1, Spring 2019) has been distributed. The contents are noted below. A copy may be accessed here. ARTICLES  “Huxley’s Ape”: Waugh in Scandinavia (August-September 1947), by Jeffrey Manley Between his first two trips to … Continue reading

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Inez Holden Book Launch

The book launch for the reissue of two of Inez Holden’s short books about WWII (published together as Blitz Writing) is being held on Friday, 31 May, 1800-2000. This is at a bookshop in London called The Second Shelf, 14 … Continue reading

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