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So he dined with Lady Cunard, though not often. There he met Lady Diana
Cooper, and formed perhaps the closest and most lasting of all his friendships.
He particularly liked worldly, witty women who had the confidence not to allow ...
So she asked me to a party to launch me in London Society & there were she &
Dot & Honks [Lady Diana Cooper] (not exactly a London figure) & Sir Laurence &
Lady Olivier1 (the dead spit of Lady Rosse2) and Mr Thomas3, First Lord of the ...
Yours ever affectionately Evelyn To Lady Diana Cooper Combe Florey House. 21
January 1061 Darling Pug It was exhilarating to get a letter from you after how
many years of post cards. Of course I will proudly give you another Pot-Boiler to ...
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THE LETTERS OF EVELYN WAUGHUser Review - Kirkus
Apparently bearing in mind the dull, distasteful impression made by Waugh's Diaries (1977), editor Amory's rather defensive introduction stresses that "this version" of Waugh "shows him to his best ... Read full review