Conceiving Strangeness in British First World War Writing by C. Buck

By C. Buck

This booklet reframes British First global battle literature inside Britain's background as an imperial kingdom. Rereading canonical battle writers Siegfried Sassoon and Edmund Blunden, along struggle writing by way of Enid Bagnold, E. M. Forster, Mulk Raj Anand, Roly Grimshaw and others, the publication makes transparent that the good conflict used to be greater than a ecu war.

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