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ISBN:
0233968253
Author:
Auberon Waugh
Category:
History & Criticism
Language:
English
Publisher:
HarperCollins Distribution Services; First Edition, First Printing edition (November 4, 1976)
Pages:
144 pages
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1944 kb
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For many years Auberon Waugh has kept a diary of his working life

For many years Auberon Waugh has kept a diary of his working life. This highly important document, now published for the first time, covers the years 1972-76, a turbulent and fascinating period in English history, during which Waugh is always at the centre of things. Whether on his huge country estate in Somerset, or in the massage parlours of Soho, Waugh observes the scene with an uncompromising and truly breathtaking concern to discover the facts.

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Each year the magazine publishes a number of Christmas cards, which typically feature cartoons on Christmas themes from regular contributors. ’Four Crowded Years: The Diaries of Auberon Waugh, 1972 – 76’’ (1976). ’Book of Covers – 60 of the Best’’ (1978). Patrick Marnham’s ‘’The Private Eye Story’’ (1982) was the first major attempt to tell the history of the magazine. A fiftieth anniversary biography by Adam Macqueen was published in 2011. ’So Farewell Then and Other Poems by EJ Thribb (17)’’ (1978).

Four crowded years: the diaries of Auberon Waugh, 1972-1976. 1976, Private Eye Productions Ltd : Deutsch.

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Two collections of Waugh's Private Eye Diary have been published: Four Crowded Years: The Diaries of Auberon Waugh 1972–1976 (Deutsch/Private Eye, 1976), and A Turbulent Decade: The Diaries of Auberon Waugh 1976–1985 (Private Eye, 1985)

Two collections of Waugh's Private Eye Diary have been published: Four Crowded Years: The Diaries of Auberon Waugh 1972–1976 (Deutsch/Private Eye, 1976), and A Turbulent Decade: The Diaries of Auberon Waugh 1976–1985 (Private Eye, 1985). In 1991, he was interviewed by Anthony Howard for the Thames TV documentary Waugh Memorial.

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Auberon Waugh, Four crowded years: the diaries of Auberon Waugh, 1972–1976, Private Eye, 1976. P 704 & 705 Downing Street Diary with Harold Wilson in No. 10 by Bernard Donoughue, Pimlico books 2005. Footnote 2 under entry for Wednesday, 14 April 1974. Roy Jenkins, ‘Wilson, (James) Harold, Baron Wilson of Rievaulx (1916–1995)’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, Sept 2004; online edn, May 2006.

For many years Auberon Waugh has kept a diary of his working life. This highly important document, now published for the first time, covers the years 1972-76, a turbulent and fascinating period in English history, during which Waugh is always at the centre of things. Whether on his huge country estate in Somerset, or in the massage parlours of Soho, Waugh observes the scene with an uncompromising and truly breathtaking concern to discover the facts. What kind of knickers does Mrs Len Murray wear? Is Harold Wilson an agent of the KGB? Should Bernard Dru be given the opportunity to lead us out of our continuing crisis? These are only some of the questions which Waugh is not afraid to pose, as he mixes man to man with all the most fascinating figures in the political and literary life of the early 70s.