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  • A Little Learning: 1st volume of an autobiographyA Little Learning: 1st volume of an autobiographyQuick View
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    • A Little Learning: 1st volume of an autobiography

    • £25.00
    • From the flap: treats of Mr Waugh's family and childhood; and of his education at Lancing and Oxford, which is associated by so many readers with 'Brideshead Revisited'. It ends with an account of his experiences as a schoolmaster at a private school in North Wales. Many b/w illustrations &…
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  • A Little Learning: 1st volume of an autobiographyA Little Learning: 1st volume of an autobiographyQuick View
    • A Little Learning: 1st volume of an autobiographyA Little Learning: 1st volume of an autobiographyQuick View
    • A Little Learning: 1st volume of an autobiography

    • £35.00
    • From the flap: treats of Mr Waugh's family and childhood; and of his education at Lancing and Oxford, which is associated by so many readers with 'Brideshead Revisited'. It ends with an account of his experiences as a schoolmaster at a private school in North Wales. Many b/w illustrations &…
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  • A Tourist in AfricaA Tourist in AfricaQuick View
    • A Tourist in AfricaA Tourist in AfricaQuick View
    • A Tourist in Africa

    • £30.00
    • The book is in the form of a diary, describing a tour of East Africa from January to April 1959. Events and sights are described with perception and clarity, and the history associated with a particular place is often discussed.
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  • Black MischiefBlack MischiefQuick View
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    • Black Mischief

    • £35.00
    • We are Progress and the New Age. Nothing can stand in our way.' When Oxford-educated Emperor Seth succeeds to the throne of the African state of Azania, he has a tough job on his hands. His subjects are ill-informed and unruly, and corruption, double-dealing and bloodshed are rife. However, with…
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  • Brideshead Revisited, the sacred and profane memories of Captain Charles RyderBrideshead Revisited, the sacred and profane memories of Captain Charles RyderQuick View
  • Brideshead Revisited, the sacred and profane memories of Captain Charles RyderBrideshead Revisited, the sacred and profane memories of Captain Charles RyderQuick View
  • Decline and Fall, an illustrated noveletteDecline and Fall, an illustrated noveletteQuick View
    • Decline and Fall, an illustrated noveletteDecline and Fall, an illustrated noveletteQuick View
    • Decline and Fall, an illustrated novelette

    • Sent down from Oxford for indecent behaviour, Paul Pennyfeather is oddly unsurprised to find himself qualifying for the position of schoolmaster at Llanabba Castle. Hi colleagues are an assortment of misfits, rascals and fools, including Prendy (plagued by doubts) and Captain Grimes, who is always in the soup (or just…
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  • Evelyn Waugh (2 vols): The Early Years 1903-1939; No Abiding City 1939-1966Evelyn Waugh (2 vols): The Early Years 1903-1939; No Abiding City 1939-1966Quick View
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    • Helena

    • £15.00
    • Waugh's only historical novel, set in Roman times; it follows the quest of Helena of Constantinople to find the relics of the cross on which Christ was crucified. Helena, a Christian, was the mother of the Roman emperor Constantine I. In the preface Waugh writes: "The reader may reasonably inquire:…
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    • Helena

    • £35.00
    • Waugh's only historical novel, set in Roman times; it follows the quest of Helena of Constantinople to find the relics of the cross on which Christ was crucified. Helena, a Christian, was the mother of the Roman emperor Constantine I. In the preface Waugh writes: "The reader may reasonably inquire:…
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    • Helena

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    • Waugh's only historical novel, set in Roman times; it follows the quest of Helena of Constantinople to find the relics of the cross on which Christ was crucified. Helena, a Christian, was the mother of the Roman emperor Constantine I. In the preface Waugh writes: "The reader may reasonably inquire:…
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    • Helena

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    • Waugh's only historical novel, set in Roman times; it follows the quest of Helena of Constantinople to find the relics of the cross on which Christ was crucified. Helena, a Christian, was the mother of the Roman emperor Constantine I. In the preface Waugh writes: "The reader may reasonably inquire:…
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    • Helena

    • £15.00
    • Waugh's only historical novel, set in Roman times; it follows the quest of Helena of Constantinople to find the relics of the cross on which Christ was crucified. Helena, a Christian, was the mother of the Roman emperor Constantine I. In the preface Waugh writes: "The reader may reasonably inquire:…
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    • Helena

    • £35.00
    • Waugh's only historical novel, set in Roman times; it follows the quest of Helena of Constantinople to find the relics of the cross on which Christ was crucified. Helena, a Christian, was the mother of the Roman emperor Constantine I. In the preface Waugh writes: "The reader may reasonably inquire:…
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  • Horizon: (Vol XVII, No. 98) The Loved One, By Evelyn WaughHorizon: (Vol XVII, No. 98) The Loved One, By Evelyn WaughQuick View
    • Horizon: (Vol XVII, No. 98) The Loved One, By Evelyn WaughHorizon: (Vol XVII, No. 98) The Loved One, By Evelyn WaughQuick View
    • Horizon: (Vol XVII, No. 98) The Loved One, By Evelyn Waugh

    • £45.00
    • The first appearance of Waugh's satire on the ''American way of Death''. In Horizon magazine (pp. 76-159) edited by Cyril Connolly. Subtitled 'An Anglo-American Tragedy', Waugh's 'The Loved One' is a short novel about the excesses of a Californian funeral business. "... a thoroughly horrible and fiendishly entertaining book... Rarely…
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  • A Little Learning: 1st volume of an autobiographyA Little Learning: 1st volume of an autobiographyQuick View
    • A Little Learning: 1st volume of an autobiographyA Little Learning: 1st volume of an autobiographyQuick View
    • A Little Learning: 1st volume of an autobiography

    • £25.00
    • From the flap: treats of Mr Waugh's family and childhood; and of his education at Lancing and Oxford, which is associated by so many readers with 'Brideshead Revisited'. It ends with an account of his experiences as a schoolmaster at a private school in North Wales. Many b/w illustrations &…
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  • A Little Learning: 1st volume of an autobiographyA Little Learning: 1st volume of an autobiographyQuick View
    • A Little Learning: 1st volume of an autobiographyA Little Learning: 1st volume of an autobiographyQuick View
    • A Little Learning: 1st volume of an autobiography

    • £35.00
    • From the flap: treats of Mr Waugh's family and childhood; and of his education at Lancing and Oxford, which is associated by so many readers with 'Brideshead Revisited'. It ends with an account of his experiences as a schoolmaster at a private school in North Wales. Many b/w illustrations &…
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  • A Tourist in AfricaA Tourist in AfricaQuick View
    • A Tourist in AfricaA Tourist in AfricaQuick View
    • A Tourist in Africa

    • £30.00
    • The book is in the form of a diary, describing a tour of East Africa from January to April 1959. Events and sights are described with perception and clarity, and the history associated with a particular place is often discussed.
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  • Black MischiefBlack MischiefQuick View
    • Black MischiefBlack MischiefQuick View
    • Black Mischief

    • £35.00
    • We are Progress and the New Age. Nothing can stand in our way.' When Oxford-educated Emperor Seth succeeds to the throne of the African state of Azania, he has a tough job on his hands. His subjects are ill-informed and unruly, and corruption, double-dealing and bloodshed are rife. However, with…
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  • Brideshead Revisited, the sacred and profane memories of Captain Charles RyderBrideshead Revisited, the sacred and profane memories of Captain Charles RyderQuick View
  • Brideshead Revisited, the sacred and profane memories of Captain Charles RyderBrideshead Revisited, the sacred and profane memories of Captain Charles RyderQuick View
  • Decline and Fall, an illustrated noveletteDecline and Fall, an illustrated noveletteQuick View
    • Decline and Fall, an illustrated noveletteDecline and Fall, an illustrated noveletteQuick View
    • Decline and Fall, an illustrated novelette

    • Sent down from Oxford for indecent behaviour, Paul Pennyfeather is oddly unsurprised to find himself qualifying for the position of schoolmaster at Llanabba Castle. Hi colleagues are an assortment of misfits, rascals and fools, including Prendy (plagued by doubts) and Captain Grimes, who is always in the soup (or just…
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  • Evelyn Waugh (2 vols): The Early Years 1903-1939; No Abiding City 1939-1966Evelyn Waugh (2 vols): The Early Years 1903-1939; No Abiding City 1939-1966Quick View
  • HelenaHelenaQuick View
    • HelenaHelenaQuick View
    • Helena

    • £15.00
    • Waugh's only historical novel, set in Roman times; it follows the quest of Helena of Constantinople to find the relics of the cross on which Christ was crucified. Helena, a Christian, was the mother of the Roman emperor Constantine I. In the preface Waugh writes: "The reader may reasonably inquire:…
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    • HelenaHelenaQuick View
    • Helena

    • £35.00
    • Waugh's only historical novel, set in Roman times; it follows the quest of Helena of Constantinople to find the relics of the cross on which Christ was crucified. Helena, a Christian, was the mother of the Roman emperor Constantine I. In the preface Waugh writes: "The reader may reasonably inquire:…
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    • HelenaHelenaQuick View
    • Helena

    • £25.00
    • Waugh's only historical novel, set in Roman times; it follows the quest of Helena of Constantinople to find the relics of the cross on which Christ was crucified. Helena, a Christian, was the mother of the Roman emperor Constantine I. In the preface Waugh writes: "The reader may reasonably inquire:…
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  • HelenaHelenaQuick View
    • HelenaHelenaQuick View
    • Helena

    • £40.00
    • Waugh's only historical novel, set in Roman times; it follows the quest of Helena of Constantinople to find the relics of the cross on which Christ was crucified. Helena, a Christian, was the mother of the Roman emperor Constantine I. In the preface Waugh writes: "The reader may reasonably inquire:…
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  • HelenaHelenaQuick View
    • HelenaHelenaQuick View
    • Helena

    • £15.00
    • Waugh's only historical novel, set in Roman times; it follows the quest of Helena of Constantinople to find the relics of the cross on which Christ was crucified. Helena, a Christian, was the mother of the Roman emperor Constantine I. In the preface Waugh writes: "The reader may reasonably inquire:…
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  • HelenaHelenaQuick View
    • HelenaHelenaQuick View
    • Helena

    • £35.00
    • Waugh's only historical novel, set in Roman times; it follows the quest of Helena of Constantinople to find the relics of the cross on which Christ was crucified. Helena, a Christian, was the mother of the Roman emperor Constantine I. In the preface Waugh writes: "The reader may reasonably inquire:…
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  • Horizon: (Vol XVII, No. 98) The Loved One, By Evelyn WaughHorizon: (Vol XVII, No. 98) The Loved One, By Evelyn WaughQuick View
    • Horizon: (Vol XVII, No. 98) The Loved One, By Evelyn WaughHorizon: (Vol XVII, No. 98) The Loved One, By Evelyn WaughQuick View
    • Horizon: (Vol XVII, No. 98) The Loved One, By Evelyn Waugh

    • £45.00
    • The first appearance of Waugh's satire on the ''American way of Death''. In Horizon magazine (pp. 76-159) edited by Cyril Connolly. Subtitled 'An Anglo-American Tragedy', Waugh's 'The Loved One' is a short novel about the excesses of a Californian funeral business. "... a thoroughly horrible and fiendishly entertaining book... Rarely…
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