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Waugh, Rex Whistler and the English Martyrs

Peter Hitchens has written an essay entitled “Latimer and Ridley Are Forgotten: A Protestant Understanding of England’s Martyrs.” This appears in the current issue of First Things, a nonsectarian religious journal. He argues that Roman Catholics have more effectively promoted … Continue reading

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New Edition of Lady Chatterley Reviewed

Peter Hitchens has revisited the 1960 obscenity trial of D H Lawrence’s novel Lady Chatterley’s Lover. This is in response to the reissuance of the novel by Macmillan in a new “deluxe” edition. The review appears in the religion and … Continue reading

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Two Hitchenses on Waugh

Articles on Waugh by brothers Christopher and Peter Hitchens have recently been resurrected on the internet. These are Christopher’s essay “The Permanent Adolescent” which originally appeared in The Atlantic magazine for April 2003 and was later collected in Arguably. This is now … Continue reading

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Waugh, Boyd and Manning

Evelyn Waugh is mentioned several times in an interview of novelist, critic  and screenwriter William Boyd published in the Australian Financial Review. The interviewer (Joe Aston) notes that Boyd’s fiction has been compared with Waugh’s from his very first published novel … Continue reading

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