Evelyn Waugh

David Cameron kept a copy of Evelyn Waugh’s peerless satire on his desk, but Boris Johnson’s eventful career is entirely in the Scoop mould

Readers should savour this book, as you might one of the delectable bottles that compose the enticing strophe of the book’s narrative

Compared to his peers, Evelyn Waugh has not had the range or quality of adaptations that he deserves

Why do Waugh’s political works remain either caricatured or ignored?

In Brideshead, the overriding feeling is that surely the punchline is to come. It never does

In its combination of glacial beauty and lovelorn desperation, Brideshead Revisited speaks to all readers, Alexander Larman writes