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Waugh without End

New Trends in Evelyn Waugh Studies

Carlos Villar Flor and Robert Murray Davis

Contents: J. V. Long: The Consolations of Exile: Evelyn Waugh and Catholicism – Donat Gallagher: The Humanizing Factor: Evelyn Waugh’s «Very Personal View of Providence» – Patrick Query: Catholicism and Form from Hopkins to Waugh – Christine Berberich: «All gentlemen are now very old»: Waugh, Nostalgia and the Image of the English Gentleman – George McCartney: Helena in Room 101: The Sum of Truth in Waugh and Orwell – Robert Murray Davis: Evelyn Waugh’s Audiences – Alain Blayac: Evelyn Waugh, Biographer – Maria Luisa Lázaro: Emma Bovary’s and Brenda Last’s Reception: The Affective Fallacy – Dan S. Kostopulos: Mexico Imagined: Robbery Under Law and the Lessons of Mexican Travel – Ruth Breeze: Places of the Mind: Locating Brideshead Revisited – Carlos Villar Flor: Textual Indicators of Characterisation: A Narratological Approach to Brideshead Revisited – Roberto A. Valdeón García: The Spoken and the Unspoken: The Homosexual Theme in E.M. Forster and Evelyn Waugh – Cristina Flores Moreno: Dialogue Between E. Waugh and G. Greene: Two Different Approaches to Art and Religion in Brideshead Revisited and The End of the Affair – Patrick Denman Flanery: Brideshead Re-Positioned: Re-Ma(r)king Text and Tone in Filmed Adaptation – Ma Eulàlia Carceller Guillamet: Religion and Reconciliation in Helena – Alan Munton: Evelyn Waugh’s Sword of Honour: The Invention of Disillusion – John Howard Wilson: «Not A Man For Whom I Ever Had Esteem»: Evelyn Waugh on Winston Churchill – José Díaz-Cuesta/Mar Asensio Aróstegui: Fatherhood: A Way to Sanctity in Bill Anderson’s Adaptation of Evelyn Waugh’s Sword of Honour – Gabriel Insausti: Fictionalising Memory: Waugh’s A Little Learnig.