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The Literature of the Great War Reconsidered : Beyond Modern Memory - Patrick Quinn

The Literature of the Great War Reconsidered

Beyond Modern Memory

By: Patrick Quinn (Editor), Steven Trout (Editor)

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This definitive volume will alter our understanding of the literature of World War I. New critical approaches have, over the last two decades, redefined the term "war literature" and its cultural legacy. Consisting, in equal measure, of essays by male and female scholars (from several different countries), and devoted to both familiar and lesser-known works, this book presents the many faces of Great War literary study at the millennium.

'Quinn and Trout's intelligent collection..continues the project of expanding and rehabilitating the concept of canon as applied to war literature.' - Choice

Textuality and War
Beyond Fiction?--The Example ofWinged Warfare
Literary Images of Vicarious Warfare: British Newspaper and the Origin of the First World War, 1899-1914
Beyond the Trenches
Encoded Enclosures: The Wartime Novels of Stella Benson
The Self in Conflict: May Sinclair and the Great War
"Lives Mocked at by Chance": Contradictory Impulses Women's Poetry of the Great War
"The Huge Gun and Its One Blind Eye": Scale and the War Poetry and Writings of Harriet Monroe
Nationality and Response
French Women Poets Respond to the Great War
Myrmidons to Insubordinates: Australian, New Zealand, and Canadian Women's Fictional Response to the Great War
"Dear, Tender-Hearted, Uncomprehending America": Dorothy Canfield Fisher's and Edith Wharton's Fictional Responses to WWI
Modernists at War
Fatal Symbiosis: Modernism and WWI
Artistry and Primitivism inThe Enormous Room
Revising the War Poets
Mother's Boy and Stationmaster's Son: The Problem of Class in the Letters and Poems of Wilfred Owen
The Ware Poetry of Wilfred Owen: A Dissenting Reappraisal
"Thought That You've Gagged All Day": Siegfried Sassoon, W.H.R. Rivers and "[The] Repression of War Experience"
Siegfried Sassoon: The Legacy of the Great War
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ISBN: 9780333764596
ISBN-10: 0333764595
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 245
Published: 18th June 2001
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.23 x 14.61  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.52
Edition Number: 1