Additional Resources for Scoop by Evelyn Waugh

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Beaty, Frederick L., The Ironic World of Evelyn Waugh: A Study of Eight Novels, Northern Illinois University Press, 1992.

Beaty examines the role that irony plays in Waugh's fiction, in terms of plot, theme, and character. He argues that Waugh's use of irony adds unstated and often crucial meaning to the text.

Crabbe, Kathryn W., Evelyn Waugh, Continuum, 1988.

This is a readable survey of Waugh's novels, but in the chapter on Scoop, Crabbe makes the error of confusing the two characters Sir Jocelyn Hitchcock and Wenlock Jakes.

Davis, Robert Murray, Evelyn Waugh, Writer, Pilgrim Books, Inc., 1981.

This includes a chapter on Scoop, in which Davis analyzes the changes Waugh made as he revised the novel from early drafts.

Lane, Calvin W., Evelyn Waugh, Twayne English Authors Series, No. 301, Twayne Publishers, 1981.

Lane concentrates on Waugh's fiction, with chapters on all the major novels. He also discusses Waugh's views on the...

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