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02:00 

A list of all written works by Evelyn Waugh

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A list of all written works by Evelyn Waugh:

It has certain misprints such as “My Loveday’s Little Outing and Other Sad Stories” instead of “Mr Loveday’s”.




@темы: links, waugh

00:00 

Gay For Today

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Gay For Today :

Gay For Today celebrates the incredible variety, contribution and existence of gay men throughout our culture and recent history.



There are entries about Willian and Hugh Lygon, Brian Howard, Harold Acton, and, naturally, Stephen Tennant.




@темы: anothony blanche, fairies, i am not i, links, lord marchmain, sebastian

03:58 

Fr. John C. McCloskey with Dr. Thomas Howard talk about "Brideshead Revisited" (1/31/2001 )

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Fr. John C. McCloskey with Dr. Thomas Howard talk about "Brideshead Revisited" (1/31/2001 ):

EWTN: Global Catholic Networks Libraries.


You can either listen on-line or download the mp3 file.




@темы: links, downloads, bubbles, religion

04:42 

Parished: Madresfield @ british-history.ac.uk

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Parished: Madresfield @ british-history.ac.uk:

MADRESFIELD is not mentioned in the Domesday Survey, and was in 1086 part of Powick, a large manor held of the abbey of Westminster by various holders, of whom the chief was Urse the Sheriff, (fn. 19) I virgate and 2 carucates of his estate being at Madresfield. (fn. 20) His descendant William Beauchamp, in the time of Stephen, held of the abbey a hide in Madresfield pertaining to his holding in Powick. (fn. 21) Madresfield formed part of seven fees in Worcestershire which were returned as abbey lands in the 13th century, (fn. 22) and the Beauchamps of Elmley continued to hold of the Abbots of Westminster until the 15th century. (fn. 23)


The interest of William Beauchamp passed to his descendants the Earls of Warwick, the manor being held of the honour of Elmley Castle (fn. 24) until the end of the 17th century. (fn. 25)


Madresfield was probably held by the Bracys as early as the time of Henry I, for William Bracy in 1166 held half a knight’s fee in Worcestershire of William Beauchamp of the ancient feoffment from the time of Henry I. (fn. 26)


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@темы: brideshead, i am not i, links

00:51 

theo89: A Day in Oxford (18 Apr 2011)

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19:13 

Paula Byrne's official website's section dedicated to "Mad World"

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10:47 

Full text of the Second edition as one page

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Full text of the Second edition as one page:

The first edition can be found on-line here.




@темы: !!!, books, links

19:14 

Stonyhurst

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Stonyhurst:

The official page




@темы: bridey, links

18:28 

The Lygons

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The Lygons:

Madresfield


Madresfield Court





@темы: brideshead, flytes, i am not i, links

13:05 

Madresfield Court

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Madresfield Court:

Madresfield Court is the ancestral home of the Lygon family, the eldest son of which bore the title Earl Beauchamp between 1815 and 1979, when the eighth and last Earl died. The house contains outstanding collections of furniture, pictures, porcelain and objets d’art, and a wonderful library designed by C.R. Ashbee. It is particularly a centre of the Arts and Crafts movement. The Chapel, commissioned from Birmingham artists and craftsmen in 1902, is widely regarded as the most complete, and perhaps the most lovely of all British Arts and Crafts achievements. Fittings and other commissions from the period are scattered throughout the house.

The extent and quality of the collections in the house have become increasingly recognised, most recently by Simon Jenkins who rated Madresfield among the 50 best in his book on 1000 Historic Houses. The Elmley Foundation assists with conservation, research and archiving of the house’s historical records.

Madresfield Court is currently home to Lady Rosalind Morrison, a niece of the late Earl.

Visits to the house can be made, by appointment only, between April and July each year.

To book, or for any other enquiries about Madresfield Court and gardens, or the Beauchamp/Lygon family, please contact


The Estate Office
Madresfield
Malvern
Worcestershire WR13 5AH


Telephone 01684 579947

helen.madresfield@yahoo.com




@темы: brideshead, links

16:10 

The Villain of the Piece

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The Villain of the Piece :

Fr Dwight is not a fan of Lay Marchmain, but I think he make the point well: Lord M abandoning his family was a gross dereliction of duty that damaged them all. A single mother must play the role of mother and father. Lady M has to do Lord M’s job too, and that jaundices our view of her.





@темы: bubbles, links, lord marchmain, religion

18:28 

Read the novel; don’t see the film, by Eric Hester

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Read the novel; don’t see the film, by Eric Hester:

As well as being a Catholic headmaster for twenty-four years, Eric Hester was also a chief examiner in English Literature. This article is as lightly altered version of one published in a Catholic periodical a few years ago. Eric Hester writes that the new film version of Brideshead Revisited has not yet been released in England but he is disturbed by that he has read of it: “The film version seems to have abandoned the main theme of the book, “the operation of divine grace.” At the end of the novel the central character has clearly become a Catholic and the novel ends optimistically. The film, apparently, has Ryder rejecting the Catholic faith. In the novel, the relationship between Charles Ryder and Sebastian is not a homosexual one but one of an intense friendship between two young men, not uncommon in those times in England and not unheard of even today; the film makes the relationship an explicitly homosexual one. I urge people not to see the new film but to read the book, which is arguably the greatest Catholic novel in English.




@темы: 2008, bubbles, films, links, religion

15:24 

Brideshead Revisited Revisited

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Brideshead Revisited Revisited:

A Brideshead Revisited blog on WordPress. Unfortunately, it was abandoned in November 2008 with less than 100 entries.




@темы: links

13:03 

Brideshead Revisited: 2nd Edition

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Brideshead Revisited: 2nd Edition:

It is some Chinese site, and you cannot view the whole text at once as a txt file.


The first edition can be found on-line here.




@темы: books, links

11:57 

From Grimes to Brideshead: the early novels of Evelyn Waugh

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16:47 

Occasionally stumbled across fuckyeahbridesheadrevisited. The...

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Occasionally stumbled across fuckyeahbridesheadrevisited. The blog unfortunately seems only to contain film caps and second to no information or analysis.


Another tiny brideshead blog on Tumblr is fuckyeahbrideshead but it seems to be long abandoned and only have three posts.




@темы: films, brideshead, links

16:54 

The Queer Feet, by G. K. Chesterton

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16:37 

Lady into Fox (1922), a novel by David Garnett (1892-1981).

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13:20 

T.S. Eliot (1888–1965). The Waste Land. 1922.

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17:03 

Christ Church Cathedral and College photostream

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Christ Church Cathedral and College photostream:

The Cathedral Church of Oxford is one of the smallest in the country and it is uniquely also the College chapel of Christ Church College. The site spans 1200 years of Christian history beginning with St Frideswide’s nunnery in the 9th century.

Christ Church was originally founded by Cardinal Wolsey as Cardinal’s College in 1524. The college buildings took over the site of St. Frideswide’s Monastery, which was suppressed by Wolsey to fund his college.

The monastery dated back to the earliest days of Oxford as a settlement in the 9th Century AD. When Wolsey fell from power in 1529 the College became property of King Henry VIII. Henry re-founded the College in 1546 and appointed the old monastery church as cathedral of the new diocese of Oxford. The new institution of cathedral and university college was named Aedes Christi, which is rendered in English as Christ Church.




@темы: links, sebastian, oxford

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