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Brideshead Benighted is a collection of politically incorrect satire authored by Evelyn Waugh's son, Auberon. The 1986 book was originally published in England with the title Another Voice: An Alternative Anatomy of Britain.

In Evelyn Waugh's A Handful of Dust, Tony Last's wife grows bored with their country aristocrat lifestyle and takes a lover and a flat in London. Waugh wrote this satiric depiction of life among the English upper crust in 1934.

Anthony Blanche recites from memory part of T. S. Eliot's The Waste Land (1922). This is the quintessential poem capturing post-World War I despair.

Graham Greene's 1951 novel The End of the Affair uses flashback and memories to return to the events that take place between a married woman and her lover during the German bombardments of World War II London. Greene and Evelyn Waugh are of the same English generation, and Greene is also sometimes...

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