Tag Archives: Lyndsy Spence

Waugh and the Great Ladies

Lyndsy Spence, founder of The Mitford Society and editor of their annual collection of essays, articles and reviews (which recently published its 4th volume) has also written a series of essays about aristocratic women of the interwar period. This is entitled These Great Ladies: … Continue reading

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Mr and Mrs Chatterbox

Today’s Daily Express carries a story (reproduced in PressReader) about a woman named Doris Delevigne who was one of the few working-class members of the Bright Young People. Born in 1900, she pulled herself up from the lower classes with the … Continue reading

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Waugh and the Mitfords

A brief article by your correspondent about Waugh and the Mitford sisters has been posted on The Mitford Society’s internet site. It relates to the sisters Nancy, Diana and Deborah. The article originally appeared in The Mitford Society Annual, volume … Continue reading

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