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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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Novelists Review Powell Biography

In yesterday’s papers, two novelists review the new biography of Anthony Powell by Hilary Spurling. Philip Hensher in the Spectator declares that Powell has finally received the biography he deserves. He also discusses the relationship of Powell and Evelyn Waugh: … Continue reading

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Waugh Passage Included in Book on Post-War Germany

A new book edited by Lara Feigel collects writings from various sources describing Germany in the aftermath of WWII. This is Bitter Taste of Victory to be published in the U.K. on 28 January by Bloomsbury. Feigel is the author of … Continue reading

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The Culture Show: Writers in the Blitz

A recent episode of the BBC’s series The Culture Show (November 6, 2013), entitled Wars of the Heart, dealt with the experience of several writers during the Blitz. The presenter was James Runcie. The focus was on Graham Greene and … Continue reading

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