When the Going Was Good

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When The Going Was Good
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First edition
AuthorEvelyn Waugh
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
GenreTravel literature
PublisherDuckworth
Publication date
1946
Media typePrint
Pages318
OCLC170209
LC ClassG469.W3 1946

When The Going Was Good (1946) is an anthology of four travel books written by English author Evelyn Waugh. The book consists of fragments from the travel books Labels (1930), Remote People (1931), Ninety-Two Days (1934), and Waugh In Abyssinia (1936). The author writes that these pages are all that he wishes to preserve of the four books.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Evelyn Waugh, When The Going Was Good, 1946.