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The literature of the Great War reconsidered : beyond modern memory
Quinn, Patrick J., 1946-
Publication Information:
Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York : Palgrave, 2001.
Physical Description:
xiv, 245 pages ; 23 cm
Beyond fiction? : the example of Winged warfare (1918) / Chris Hopkins -- Literary images of vicarious warfare : British newspapers and the origin of the First World War, 1899-1914 / Glenn R. Wilkinson -- Encoded enclosures : the wartime novels of Stella Benson / Debra Rae Cohen -- The self in conflict : May Sinclair and the Great War / Terry Phillips -- "Lives mocked at by chance" : contradictory impulses in women's poetry of the Great War / Deborah Tyler-Bennett -- "The huge gun and its one blind eye" : scale and the war poetry and writings of Harriet Monroe / Allessandria Polizzi -- French women poets respond to the Great War / Nancy Sloan Goldberg -- Myrmidons to insubordinates : Australian, New Zealand, and Canadian women's fictional responses to the Great War / Donna Coates -- "Dear, tender-hearted, uncomprehending America" : Dorothy Canfield Fisher's and Edith Wharton's fictional responses to the First World War / Mary R. Ryder -- Fatal symbiosis : modernism and the First World War / Milton A. Cohen -- Artistry and primitivism in The enormous room / William Blazek -- Mother's boy and stationmaster's son : the problem of class in the letters and poems of Wilfred Owen / John Gibson -- The war poetry of Wilfred Owen : a dissenting reappraisal / Malcolm Pittock -- "Thoughts that you've gagged all day" : Siegfried Sassoon, W.H.R. Rivers and "[The] repression of war experience" / Patrick Campbell -- Siegfried Sassoon : the legacy of the Great War / Patrick J. Quinn.
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