<strong>Evelyn Waugh at war</strong>. Despite his sloth, snobbery, gluttony, and alcoholism, he was accepted into a commando unit &mdash; for his sense of humor

Evelyn Waugh at war. Despite his sloth, snobbery, gluttony, and alcoholism, he was accepted into a commando unit &amp;mdash; for his sense of
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Evelyn Waugh at war. Despite his sloth, snobbery, gluttony, and alcoholism, he was accepted into a commando unit — for his sense of humor

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News source: Arts & Letters Daily

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