Evelyn Waugh: A Supplementary Checklist of Criticism

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Evelyn Waugh: A Supplementary Checklist of Criticism


Wilson, John Howard, Evelyn Waugh Newsletter and Studies


John Howard Wilson Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania

This is a continuation of the earlier checklists published in Evelyn Waugh Newsletter and Studies. It includes books and articles published prior to 2005 and omitted from earlier lists.

Bacchus, Michael. "Not a Bedspread, but a Counterpane: Under the Covers with Gay Men and Aristocrats in Twentieth-Century British Literature." DAI 58.5A (1997): 1718. U of Southern California, 1997.

Banks, Sheryl Gail. "Limeys in the Orange Grove: The British Novel in Los Angeles." DAI 47.11A (1986): 4087. U of Southern California, 1986.

Berberich, Christine. "A Sense of Nostalgia? Englishness and the Image of the English Gentleman in Twentieth-Century Literature." DAI 67.2A (2004): 502. U of York, 2004.

Blayac, Alain. "De la Litterature au cinema: le cas d'Evelyn Waugh." Humoresques 6 (1995).

Brannigan, John. Orwell to the Present: Literature in England, 1945-2000. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003. Reviewed by John Howard Wilson, "Ideological Struggles," EWNS 39.3 (Winter 2009).

Brennan, Michael G. "Damnation and Divine Providence: The Consolations of Catholicism for Graham Greene and Evelyn Waugh." Perceptions of Religious Faith in the Work of Graham Greene. Ed. William Thomas Hill. New York: Peter Lang, 2002. 255-87.

Burke, Kathleen Michaela. "The Oxford Novel as 'Bildungsroman': An Analysis of the Works of Six Writers." DAI 51.3A (1989): 858. U of Maryland, College Park, 1989.

Carens, J. F. The Satiric Art of Evelyn Waugh (1966). Reviewed by Seiji Yamaguchi, Sofia [Sophia, Tokyo] 16.4 (1967): 106-08. Coates, Corey Harper. "Empires of the Historical Imagination." DAI 60.10A (1999): 3663. U of Toronto, 1999.

Colletta, Lisa. "The Triumph of Narcissism: Dark Humor and Social Satire in the Modern British Novel." DAI 60.2A (1999): 431. Claremont Graduate U, 1999.

Comer, Todd A. "A Latourian Critique of Modernity in Evelyn Waugh's A Handful of Dust." MAI 41.1 (2002): 48. Michigan State U, 2002.

Deedes, W. F. At War with Waugh (2003). Reviewed by Byron Rogers, "Long ago and far away," Spectator 14 June 2003; Keith B. Richburg, "Waughior," National Interest Dec. 2003: 155-57.

Deer, Patrick H. "'Savage Warnings and Notations': Wartime Visions, Cultural Blackouts and the Crisis of British Literature, 1939-1949." DAI 61.9A (2000): 3579. Columbia U, 2000.

Drijvers, Jan Willem. "Evelyn Waugh, Helena and the True Cross." Classics Ireland 7 (2000): www.classicsireland.com/2000/drijvers.html

Enkemann, Jurgen. "Die satirische Darstellung gesellschaftlicher Desintegration bei Aldous Huxley, Evelyn Waugh und Angus Wilson: untersucht am Motiv der Party und an ahnlichen Gruppensituationen." PhD diss., Technische Universitat Berlin, 1969.

Feuer, William E. "Producing Los Angeles: Contesting Cultures, Contrasting Genres." DAI 60.12A (1999): 4422. U of Southern California, 1999.

Graesser, John Cullen. "White on Black: Non-Black Literature about Africa since 1945." DAI 50.9A (1989): 2892. U of Wisconsin-Madison, 1989.

Griffin, Maureen K. "Evelyn Waugh: Evaluation in His Time Part 1: Decline and Fall." Kawasaki Medical Welfare Journal 4.2 (1994): 177-80.

Griffin, Maureen K. "Evelyn Waugh: Evaluation in His Time Part 2: A Handful of Dust." Kawasaki Medical Welfare Journal 5.1 (1995): 211-14.

Griffin, Maureen K. "Evelyn Waugh: Evaluation in His Time Part 3, The Loved One." Kawasaki Journal of Medical Welfare 2.2 (1996): 97-101.

Hashimoto, Michiko. "Evelyn Waugh: Brideshead Revisited ni Okeru." Journal of the Society of English & American Literature, Kansei Gakuin University 1.2 (1955): 77-94.

Heintzelman, Patricia Lynn. "Writing in Symbolism: A Study of Three Works by Evelyn Waugh." MAI 39.3 (2000): 675. Lamar U-Beaumont, 2000.

Hopkins, Chris. "Comic Flexibility and the Flux of Modernity in Evelyn Waugh's Vile Bodies. …

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