Brideshead Revisited Resources
Movie or TV Productions
They seem to have completely misinterpreted the book as the story of a poor boy ingratiated with a rich family.
Starring Jeremy Irons as Charles Ryder.
Clearly nothing at all like the novel we all just read.
At age 26 in this painting.
Sebastian would love this font.
From the 1981 miniseries with Jeremy Irons.
Yes, the title is in Russian, but are you really going to complain about free Waugh?
And they call him an "intellectual dandy"!
They only included the weird stuff from Waugh’s life. That’s still a lot of stuff.
Time Magazine’s 1946 review of Brideshead Revisited.
Absolutely phenomenal. Do not miss this site. It includes a chronological timeline of the events in the novel, re-ordered from the way they appear in the text, and explanations of all those juicy historical references sprinkled throughout the novel, broken down chapter-by-chapter.
An alphabetized dictionary of Oxford-related slang. Trust us, you’ll need it.
Transcripts from interviews with the author.
Explores the hallmark of Waugh’s writing style