Tag Archives: The Week

Defining A Waugh Fanatic

Conservative journalist Matthew Walther in the news magazine The Week has written an essay in which he defines what he considers to be a relatively new phenomenon: the Evelyn Waugh fanatic. (See previous posts.) It is worth noting that he … Continue reading

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Roundup: From All Over

A story in a recent edition of The Print, a New Delhi-based digital newspaper specializing in political reporting, likens the journalistic coverage of the recent Russian hacking scandal to the war coverage described in Evelyn Waugh’s novel Scoop. The story … Continue reading

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More Waughs Than One

Daisy Waugh, novelistĀ and journalist, is interviewed on the writers’Ā website Litopia. She is the daughter of Auberon and grand daughter of Evelyn and has written several books, both fiction and nonfiction. In the interview she discusses her latest offerings in both … Continue reading

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Joyce Maynard Lists Waugh Book Among Favorites

In The Week magazine, journalist and novelist Joyce Maynard lists Brideshead RevisitedĀ among her six favorite books. Maynard is probably best known for her 1992 novelĀ To Die For, which was made into a film, and her 1998 memoir At Home in … Continue reading

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