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


This is a continuation of the earlier lists, published in Evelyn Waugh Newsletter and Studies. It contains books and articles published in 2009 as well as items omitted from previous lists.

Begam, Richard, and Michael Valdez Moses, eds. Modernism and Colonialism (2007). Reviewed by Shannon McRae, Modern Fiction Studies 55.4 (Winter 2009): 859-63.

Berberich, Christine. The Image of the English Gentleman in Twentieth-Century Literature (2007). Reviewed by Jonathan Pitcher, "Slogans and Attitudes," EWNS 40.2 (Autumn 2009); Ben Clarke, Studies in the Novel 41.3 (Fall 2009): 378-79; Adrian S. Wisnicki, Modernism/Modernity 16.3 (September 2009): 645-47; D. Lea, Review of English Studies 60.246 (2009): 676-78.

Bluemel, Kristin, ed. Intermodernism: Literary Culture in Mid-Twentieth-Century Britain. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2009.

Bond, Chris. "A Handful of Dust: Evelyn Waugh as Satiric Reformer." English Review 19.3 (February 2009): 28+.

Brideshead Revisited (2008). Colin Carman, "Can Brideshead Survive Another Revisit?" Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide, May-June 2009: 50.

Byrne, Paula. Mad World: Evelyn Waugh and the Secrets of Brideshead. London: Harper Press, 2009. Reviewed by Alexander Waugh, "Genius Loci," Literary Review, August 2009: 26; Philip Womack, Daily Telegraph, 14 August 2009; Peter Parker, "What the butlers saw," TLS, 16 October 2009: 13, and "Brideshead Revealed," TimesOnline, 14 October 2009: http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/ the_tls/article6874402.ece; Kirkus Reviews, 1 December 2009; Sam Leith, "Let me not be mad," Spectator, 29 August 2009: 301-31; Bookseller, 14 August 2009: 9; "Secrets Revisited," Bookseller, 21 August 2009: 38; Philip Hoare, "Why the glamour of Brideshead will never stale--for me at least," Times, 22 August 2009: 1; Frances Wilson, "Stranger than Fiction," Sunday Times, 16 August 2009: 34; Donat Gallagher, "The Lygons of Madresfield and Evelyn Waugh," EWNS 41.1 (Spring 2010); Robert Murray Davis, "Wealth of Details," EWNS 41.2 (Autumn 2010).

Carnochan, W. B. Golden Legends (2008). Reviewed by Richard Reid, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 72 (2009): 411-12.

Christensen, Timothy M. "'A Dark and Hidden Thing': Evelyn Waugh, Cannibalism, and the Problem of African Christianity." Colloquy: Text Theory Critique 16 (December 2008): 173-97. http://www.colloquy.monash.edu.au/issue016/christensen.pdf

Daniel, Clay. "An Allusion to Clarissa in Waugh's Unconditional Surrender." ANQ 22.4 (Fall 2009): 46-50.

Deer, Patrick. Culture in Camouflage: War, Empire, and Modern British Literature. Oxford and New York: Oxford UP, 2009.

"Delving into history of Lancing College." West Sussex Gazette, 25 November 2009: http://www.westsussextoday.co.uk/wsgcolumnists/Delving-into-history-of- Lancing.5855320.jp

Flanery, Patrick Denman. "Readership, Authority, and Identity: Some Competing Texts of Evelyn Waugh's A Handful of Dust." Papers of the Bibliographic Society of America, September 2009: 337-56.

Flint, James. "English Catholics and the Proposed Soviet Alliance, 1939." Journal of Ecclesiastical History 48 (1997): 468-84.

Gallagher, Donat. "Court of Inquiry: Additional Waugh Bibliography." EWNS 40.2 (Autumn 2009).

Garner-Jones, Susan. "Brideshead Revisited." Literary Encyclopedia, 31 May 2008: http://www.litencyc.com/php/sworks.php?rec=true&UID=6207.

Gekoski, Rick. Tolkien's Gown & Other Stories of Great Authors and Rare Books. London: Constable, 2004, and Nabokov's Butterfly & Other Stories of Great Authors & Rare Books. New York: Carroll & Graf, 2004. Reviewed by Jeffrey A. Manley, "Brideshead Resold," EWNS 41.1 (Spring 2010).

Hastings, Selina. "House of Memories." Spectator, 2 September 2009: http://www.spectator.co.uk/books/5302001/house-of-memories.thtml.

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