Alec Waugh

Standard Name: Waugh, Alec


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Anthologization Evelyn Waugh
Having appeared first in an anthology edited by Alec Waugh , Georgian Stories, it was not reprinted until after EW 's death.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Family and Intimate relationships Evelyn Waugh
His elder brother, Alec (Alexander Raban Waugh) , became a popular novelist and achieved success long before Evelyn did. He had also overshadowed his junior as a boy by his athletic prowess.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
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Friends, Associates Theodora Benson
TB enjoyed a wide circle of friends both literary and non-literary. The former included Rose Macaulay and Howard Spring . She met her future collaborator Betty Askwith (daughter of an old friend of her mother's)...
Friends, Associates Elizabeth Jane Howard
Her friends during the 1950s included Stephen and Natasha Spender , Alec Waugh , Margaret Lane , Malcolm Sargent , and Joyce Grenfell . She also met Cyril Connolly , Olivia Manning , Stevie Smith
Leisure and Society Catharine Amy Dawson Scott
Alec Waugh (son of Arthur Waugh of Chapman and Hall ) recollected Sappho Dawson Scott as a gifted salon hostess in the early twentieth-century London literary scene. Of her Sunday afternoons at home at 125...
Literary responses Violet Hunt
In Ford Madox Ford and the Regiment of Women, 2005, Joseph Wiesenfarth sees Hunt as gripped by the pattern of the adventurous woman becoming the victim of the reckless man.
Wiesenfarth, Joseph. Ford Madox Ford and the Regiment of Women. University of Wisconsin Press.
This echoes views...
Literary responses Elma Napier
Critic Elaine Campbell reads EN 's collection of travel-stories as belonging to the tradition of Robert Louis Stevenson and Alec Waugh .
Campbell, Elaine. “An Expatriate at Home: Dominica’s Elma Napier”. Kunapipi, Vol.
, No. 1, Dangaroo Press, pp. 82-93.
Reception Elma Napier
EN 's grandson the Dominican scholar and historian Lennox Honychurch dedicated his book The Dominica Story, 1975, to her. Her letters to Alec Waugh are held among Boston University 's Twentieth Century Archives...
Textual Features Una Troubridge
UT wrote much of her 1914 diary in Italian. After 1915, her diaries document her relationship with Radclyffe Hall , touching on the two women's health, families, travels, and social activities. She also writes about...
Textual Production Elma Napier
EN , in a letter to writer Alec Waugh in 1949, mentioned working on another novel to be set in Dominica and to be titled Calibishie Chronicle. Nothing more is known of this novel...


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