Evelyn Waugh’s preface to Alfred Duggan’s Count Bohemond (1964).
Evelyn Waugh’s foreword to Thomas Merton’s Elected Silence (1949).
The playwright Emlyn Williams remembers Oxford in the 1920s.
Memories of Waugh and Oxford from Harold Acton, Anthony Powell and Peter Quennell.
Anthony Burgess on Evelyn Waugh.
Patrick Adcock’s “Evelyn Waugh — That’s What’s Wrong with England”.
Diana Cooper and Evelyn Waugh.
Hermione Nettlethwaite discusses Evelyn Waugh’s journey to faith.
Private Eye on the Waugh diaries.
Obituary of Sir Alexander Glen, who accompanied Waugh on an expedition to Spitzbergen in 1934.
The decline of the Oxford ball.