>Incidentally, I agree with those who resist the impulse to use biography in
>such a way as to smother the work. My current project is simply to find
>many facts as possible about TSE, and not impose the facts on the works.
Very commendable; the most recent biography of Waugh suffers from
attention to the all the wrong details. For further reflection on what
James Louks says in the above quotation, I recommend Milan Kundera's new
published essay _Testaments Betrayed_. Not only did I enjoy it, he taught
me a great deal in a short time.
Alexander Justice * Redlands, California, USA
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