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English author of satirical novels (1903-1966)

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Waugh soon enough acquired a reputation for social ruthlessness, a ruthlessness nicely abetted by his heavy drinking.
Although Waugh is frequently used in broad-based, multi-author studies of twentieth-century letters, such as on modernist satire (Colletta 2003; Greenberg 2011), ritual (Query 2012), aestheticism (Eastham 2011), library and archival studies (Oram 2014), and the fictions of the Second World War (MacKay 2005; Deer 2009), a significant monograph study on Waugh's fiction has not appeared since Frederick Beaty's 1992 study The Ironic World of Evelyn Waugh.
In each of the next several issues, Waugh Studies intends to publish the comments of one person interviewed for the program.
Waugh said that what Cook needs to do is do it his way, adding that he has to trust his gut instinct, his feel for what is going on and not be afraid to make mistakes, The BBC reported.
Born on 4 April 1872 to George and Ellen (Vanderlip) Waugh, Frederick was raised, along with younger sister Susan, in the hamlet of Langford, Brant County, Ontario.
Bank manager Christopher Waugh was at the Old Bailey yesterday to see Rakesh Bhayani, 41, jailed for life with a recommendation he serve a minimum of 27 years after stabbing his sister to death.
Christopher Waugh, a Barclays bank manager, was at the Old Bailey to see Rakesh Bhayani, 41, jailed for life after stabbing his sister to death.
Miss Waugh, 50, originally from Durham, had not been seen by her family since mid-April and concerns for her safety grew after a fraudster tried to sell her central London flat by posing as her brother.
Ashes legend Waugh (left) now an influential voice on the MCC cricket committee, added that the new figures meant more than an 11-fold increase in cases, as the previous year had seen just five players claim they were targeted.
It's the most extraordinary thing that has ever happened to me," said Earle Waugh, director of the Centre for Cross-Cultural Health at the U of A in Edmonton.
Would it give you comfort if I suggest you call yourself the Official Auberon Waugh Appreciation Society rather than the Unofficial Auberon Waugh Appreciation Society?
TWENTY20 cricket may be the most interesting and exciting format of the game right now, but former Australian skipper Steve Waugh says the popularity could be short- lived.
Waugh, of Shrewsbury, died Tuesday afternoon April 6th, 2009, at the Life Care Center of Auburn.
PHIL WAUGH says South Africa will have a huge advantage when his Australia side do battle against the Boks in a week's time.
Paul Waugh has left the service after 13 years because of criticism from bosses that he didn't use safety equipment to perform a daring rescue.