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    Most of Waugh's novels before Brideshead were satires: Scoop was a satire about the journalism industry, for example; Vile Bodies was a satire about extravagant young people in London society...

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    The term originated (by Theocritus) as referring to shepherds (“pastor” in Latin) is used throughout literary history to describe literature (especially poetry) that deals with rural,...

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    Evelyn Waugh's novel Brideshead Revisited marks a turn from his earlier, brighter satirical fiction to a more somber elegiac mode. The most important thing to note about time is that this story is...

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    Let us think for one moment about the important theme of memory in this book, which is of course a prevalent concern, as indicated by both the whole idea of visiting a place that you knew from your...

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    Anthony Blanche is a student who is at Oxford with Sebastian and Charles and is a close friend of Sebastian. He is clearly a somewhat debonair, hedonistic individual and he certainly seems more...

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    In 1926 Charles returns to London from having been in Paris. The General Strike is on in Britan; and Charles volunteers to help out by giving out food. He goes to a jazz club one evening and,...

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