Brideshead Indeed-revisited

Hart, Jeffrey
May 1982
National Review;5/14/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 9, p540
The article analyzes the literary style of Evelyn Waugh as manifested in his novel "Brideshead Revisited." According to the author, the novel belongs to the transitional stage of Waugh's sequence of stories. The author also states that in the novel, Waugh portrayed beauty as not truth, but that it did point toward the truth.


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