Philip Eade's new biography of Waugh
goes a fair way to answering that question.
Although liters of critical ink have been spilled on Brideshead Revisited, sustained interest in the fictions after 1945 has not been forthcoming (although Flor and Davis's 2005 collection Waugh
without End, its essays largely focusing on the later works, could well be counted as a study of this period).
When Evelyn Waugh
read aloud to me the first ten thousand words of Decline and Fall, published in 1928, he'd written them straight out, with scarcely a correction.
Cook has reportedly been more innovative this summer after being branded as 'boring' by player-turned-pundit Shane Warne during England's 5-0 Ashes whitewash by Australia, but Waugh
believes that the new approach has been counter-productive.
Along with caring for rapidly growing ethnological collections housed in the Survey-affiliated Victoria Memorial Museum, Waugh
continued with Iroquoian research through the 1915 field season.
After the case, Mr Waugh
, 55, said: "They will sleep easily in their beds as they showed no remorse at all.
, a wealthy oil executive from County Durham, died at her flat, where she lived alone, in Marylebone, central London.
, who owned a flat in Harrowby Street, Marylebone, was reported missing by her family on May 7.
As Australia's captain, Waugh
, 46, was king of the sledgers so there is a certain irony in his reincarnation as a clean-up crusader.
, 73, has dedicated his career to Indigenous culture and healing practices.
A COPY OF THE FAX that my friend Stuart Carr and I received from the late Auberon Waugh
on June 6, 1999 is among my most treasured possessions.
had some encouraging words for Mahendra Singh Dhoni who is currently facing criticism for India's exit from the Champions Trophy.