The Letters of Evelyn Waugh and Diana Cooper
Evelyn Waugh was not only one of the foremost novelists of his generation, he was also one of the last great practitioners of the art of letter writing. This previously unpublished correspondence between Waugh and Lady Diana Cooper reveals him at his witty and sparkling best.
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THE LETTERS OF EVELYN WAUGH AND DIANA COOPERUser Review - Kirkus
Lifetime of letters largely from Waugh to Lady Diana, a famous beauty ten years his senior, whom he loved but never bedded. Her letters to him have mostly vanished. These are not great letters, nor do ... Read full review
The letters of Evelyn Waugh and Diana CooperUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
The correspondence here, which began in 1932 when Waugh and Lady Diana met and ended in 1966 with his death, includes 250 letters from him and 100 from her. His are virtually complete, but only a ... Read full review