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Wigs on the Green by Nancy Mitford is a hilarious satire of the upper classes. Luckily, Waugh’s would-be razor wit is followed by “Strix”‘s essay on colloquialisms, slang, and how language shifts over generations and geography.

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Their letters — Mitford edited these two volumes of letters, written by the family of her great-grandparents, Edward Stanley, 2nd Baron Stanley of Alderley and his wife Henrietta Maria, daughter of the 13th Viscount Dillon.