Modernism, History and the First World Warby Trudi Tate
How did modernist writers bear witness to the trauma of war? Drawing upon documents of the day, this study cites examples from well-known writers alongside fiction and memoirs of soldiers and nurses who served in the war--revealing that, after 1914, modernism became a form of war writing.
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Trudi Tate is Lecturer in English at the University of Southampton and a Visiting Fellow at Clare Hall in Cambridge.
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