The End of the Battle (Classic Reprint)

The End of the Battle (Classic Reprint)

by Evelyn Waugh

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The End of the Battle (Classic Reprint) by Evelyn Waugh

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Then in August 1943 there fell on him the blow that had crushed Jumbo at Mugg: I'm sorry, Uncle, but I'm afraid we shan't be taking you with us when we go to foreign parts. You've been invaluable in training. Don't know what I should have done without you. But I can't risk taking a chap of your age into action.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780243381524
Publisher: FB&C Ltd
Publication date: 02/16/2017
Pages: 338
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Evelyn Waugh (1903-1966) was an English author of novels, biographies, and travel books, in addition to being a prolific journalist and book reviewer. His best-known books include the early satires Decline and Fall and A Handful of Dust, and especially the novel Brideshead Revisited, a classic tale of British life between the world wars popularized by a BBC television dramatization.

Date of Birth:

October 28, 1903

Date of Death:

April 10, 1966

Place of Birth:

West Hampstead, London

Education:

Hertford College, Oxford University, 1921-1924; Heatherley's Art School, 1924

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