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|Named Person:||Evelyn Waugh|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Frederick John Stopp
|Description:||254 p.,  leaves of plates : ill., ports. (1 col.) ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Youth and travel --
War and the settled years: the writer and his public --
Four entertainments, 1928-1938: Decline and fall: Vile bodies: Black mischief: Scoop --
Disintegration: A handful of dust --
Interlude: the forerunner of a new style: Work suspended --
The way to faith: The divine purpose: Brideshead revisited --
The mystical marriage: Helena --
Four more entertainments, 1942-1953: Put out more flags: Scott-king's modern Europe: The loved one: Love among the ruins --
Faith and war: The just cause: Men at arms --
End of an illusion: Officers and gentlemen --
Comedy from chaos --
Fantasy and myth --
Portrait of the artist in middle age: The ordeal of Gilbert Pinfold --
The works of Evelyn Waugh.
|Responsibility:||Frederick J. Stopp.|
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From Brideshead Perspective, very good
I only dipped into this book to study its interpretation of Brideshead Revisited. I wanted to see who among pre-1960 critics discussed the neo-Platonic themes in Brideshead. This book walks the reader through many subtle themes that recur throughout Waugh's career, including neo-Platonism.
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