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Evelyn Waugh
Reader, Writer, Collector
In 2013, Loren and Frances Rothschild donated their Evelyn Waugh archive to The Huntington. Now, their gift is celebrated in a symposium which brings together researchers, editors, and archival practitioners to explore the biographical and disciplinary significance of the new holdings. The symposium is a collaboration between The Huntington, the Evelyn Waugh Society, and the UK-based Complete Works of Evelyn Waugh project. The conference was held at The Huntington May 5–6, 2017.
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Barbara Cooke delivers the closing remarks to “Evelyn Waugh: Reader, Writer, Collector,” a conference held at The Huntington May 5–6, 2017.
Published 05/07/17
Douglas Lane Patey from Smith College delivers a talk titled “To Hell and Back: Editing Waugh’s Ninety-Two Days.” This talk was included in the session titled “The Rothschild Collection.” Part of “Evelyn Waugh: Reader, Writer, Collector,” a conference held at The Huntington May 5–6, 2017.
Published 05/07/17
Naomi Milthorpe delivers a talk titled “From Evelyn: Books as Gifts.” This talk was included in the session titled “The Rothschild Collection.” Part of “Evelyn Waugh: Reader, Writer, Collector,” a conference held at The Huntington May 5–6, 2017.
Published 05/07/17
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