Tag Archives: The Imaginative Conservative

Mid-May Roundup

–Nicholas Lezard, writing for the New Statesman opens his article on cold weather angst with this: I was reading Evelyn Waugh‚Äôs first travel book, Labels, which for some inexplicable reason I had never got round to before, and I was … Continue reading

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Hooper, Rex Mottram and Modern Education

¬†Author and journalist Joseph Pearce has published an essay about¬†the shortcomings of modern education on The Imaginative Conservative weblog. This is a follow up¬†to an earlier posting on G.K. Chesterton’s views relating to¬†the same subject in which the importance of … Continue reading

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Waugh Novel Recommended in Gift List

A Waugh novel has been selected for a list of potential gifts to be given to “conservative gentlemen.” The list appears on the weblog The Imaginative Conservative. The criteria¬†for inclusion provide that the gift must be¬†“quality if not‚Ķcostly” (avoiding ties, … Continue reading

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