By all accounts, including his own, <strong>Evelyn Waugh </strong>had an aptitude for unpleasantness, beholden as he was to his personal trinity: religion, rudeness, and drink

By all accounts, including his own, Evelyn Waugh had an aptitude for unpleasantness, beholden as he was to his personal trinity: religion, rudeness, and
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By all accounts, including his own, Evelyn Waugh had an aptitude for unpleasantness, beholden as he was to his personal trinity: religion, rudeness, and drink

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