Brideshead Revisited

Notes

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  3. ^ Giles Foden (22 May 2004). "Waugh versus Hollywood". The Guardian. Retrieved 13 December 2012. Evelyn Waugh's disdain for the cinema is revealed in memos he sent to the 'Californian savages' during negotiations over film versions of Brideshead Revisited and Scoop. Giles Foden decodes two unconventional treatments 
  4. ^ Amory, Mark (ed), The Letters of Evelyn Waugh. Ticknor & Fields, 1980. p. 520.
  5. ^ Chesterton, G. K., The Collected Works of G. K. Chesterton, story "The Queer Feet", Ignatius Press, 2005: p. 84.
  6. ^ Amis (2001)
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  8. ^ a b Buccio, Paul M. "At the Heart of Tom Brown's Schooldays: Thomas Arnold and Christian Friendship". Modern Language Studies. Vol. 25, No. 4 (Autumn, 1995), pp. 57–74.
  9. ^ Hitchens, Christopher. "'It's all on account of the war'". The Guardian. 26 September 2008.
  10. ^ Waugh, Evelyn. "Brideshead Revisited" (memorandum). 18 February 1947. Reprinted in: Foden, Giles. "Waugh versus Hollywood". The Guardian. 21 May 2004.
  11. ^ Trevelyan, Jill (28 March 2009), "Brideshead revisited", NZ Listener, archived from the original on 3 June 2009 .
  12. ^ Donald Bassett, "Felix Kelly and Brideshead" in the British Art Journal, Vol. 6, No. 2 (Autumn 2005): 52–7. Also, Donald Bassett, Fix: The Art & Life of Felix Kelly, 2007.
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  14. ^ "Aloysius, The Brideshead Bear". Retrieved 1 September 2011. 
  15. ^ Frank Kermode. "Introduction". Brideshead Revisited. Everyman's Library. p. xvii. ISBN 978-1-85715-172-5. 
  16. ^ Memo dated 18 February 1947 from Evelyn Waugh to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, reproduced in Giles Foden (22 May 2004). "Waugh versus Hollywood". The Guardian. p. 34. 
  17. ^ Jeffrey M. Heath, The Picturesque Prison: Evelyn Waugh and his writing (1982), p. 186
  18. ^ "BBC – The Big Read". BBC. April 2003, Retrieved 19 October 2012
  19. ^ Richard Lacayo (16 October 2005). "All-TIME 100 Novels. The critics Lev Grossman and Richard Lacayo pick the 100 best English-language novels published since 1923—the beginning of TIME.". Time.com. 
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  21. ^ Waugh, Evelyn. Brideshead Revisited. BBC Radio 4 Extra. 
  22. ^ Brideshead Revisited
  23. ^ Audible.co.uk: Brideshead Revisited

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