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A remarkable literary feat, 'Brideshead' explores memorable characters and deep theological issues with a deft touch. While there is a sincere religious focus to the book, the plot and language employed by E. Waugh are of such a caliber that even irreligious readers will not resist being impressed.
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Review: Brideshead RevisitedUser Review - Lisa (Harmonybites) - Goodreads
I joked to a friend I knew I was back in literary-land again at the reappearance of all the semi-colons. In fact, there doesn't seem much difference in style, and not much in voice, between this 1944 ... Read full review
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