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Waugh is an acknowledged master of the British comic novel. An American reader has to understand that British comic novels, aside from P.G. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Randee Baty
Everyone had to join the war effort against Hitler, even the Bright Young Things of Evelyn Waugh’s comic masterpieces, Decline and Fall and Vile Bodies, and this hilarious book... Read morePublished 9 months ago by The Garden Interior
while reading this book II found it was like all of Waugh's wonderful books was another amusing and ironical novel.Published 17 months ago by Susan Loftus
Probably the only satire about the Second World War. A nasty one with a huge cast of memorably despicable and or silly characters.Published 17 months ago by Isabel Archer
Had it with pseudo-literary novels about WWII? Fed up with cheap Blitz sentimentalism? Tired of crowd-pleasing tales of popular heroism? Put Out More Flags is for you. Read morePublished 20 months ago by reader 451
While not one of his better known books, "Put Out More Flags" is a gem by Evelyn Waugh. Turning from satire to taking up more religious and moral themes, "Put Out More... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Kevin M. Derby
Evelyn Waugh is a master of irony. The English nobility are not safe from subtle ridicule under his pen. The empire is getting ready for war with Germany.Published on November 12, 2013 by john c ruth
Britain lost a good generation in World War I and the young survivors constitute a 'lost generation' in Waugh's novels. Read morePublished on August 27, 2013 by James Ellsworth