Arthur Evelyn St. John Waugh (1903-1966) received popularity as an English book writer. Waugh received recognition for the completion of travel books, biographies and diverse novels. He also allocated a portion of his professional career towards book reviews and journalism. Popular novels include A Handful of Dust (1934) and Sword of Honour (1952-1961). Waugh recognised as a publisher’s son worked as a full-time writer and thereafter accepted a position as a schoolmaster. He enjoyed travelling and joined the British Army during World War II. He used people’s experiences to write about their lives and also recreated his own mental breakdown in 1950. Waugh left his readers with a wide range of publications also related to the film industry.
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