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The Early Years of Alec Waugh
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  • Title Page v
  • Acknowledgements viii
  • Contents ix
  • Foreword xi
  • Part I- Childhood and Boyhood i
  • I- My Father--Arthur Waugh 3
  • II- Childhood 12
  • III- Schooldays--Fernden 17
  • IV- Schooldays--Sherborne 28
  • V- My Last Year at Sherborne 55
  • Part 2- The Loom of Youth 71
  • I- Inns of Court O.T.C 73
  • II- Barbara Jacobs 87
  • III- Passchendaele 102
  • IV- Winter in the Trenches 115
  • V- The Big Retreat 126
  • VI- Prisoner of War 131
  • Part 3- London 1919-26 143
  • I- Chapman & Hall 145
  • II- Marriage 155
  • III- A London Bachelor 164
  • IV- Troubles in Henrietta Street 197
  • V- Good-Bye to London 205
  • Part 4- World Tour 219
  • I- East of Suez 221
  • II- Tahiti 233
  • III- Tania 238
  • IV- Ruth 244
  • V- The Settling of Accounts 257
  • Part 5- ''His Honour Rooted in Dishonour Stood'' 261
  • I- Return to Tahiti 263
  • II- Reunion in Monterey 273
  • III- A Flat in Chelsea 284
  • IV- Hot Countries 289
  • Index 309
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