4 edition of Women writers and the Great War found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 143-148) and index.
|Statement||Dorothy Goldman with Jane Gledhill and Judith Hattaway.|
|Series||Twayne"s literature & society series ;, no. 7|
|Contributions||Gledhill, Jane., Hattaway, Judith.|
|LC Classifications||PR478.W65 G65 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 156 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||156|
|LC Control Number||94024561|
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The authors of Women Writers and the Great War argue that it is to a large extent women's exclusion from the trenches that has resulted in their exclusion from the canon of war literature.
Even to this day, scant critical attention has been paid to the wide range of women's writing on the by: The Great War stimulated a sudden growth in the novel industry, and the trauma of the war continued to reverberate through much of the fiction published in the years that followed its inglorious end.
The essays in this volume, by a number of leading critics in the field, considers some of the best-known, and some of the least-known, women Price: $ Tanya co-wrote a book with her husband, Stephen, entitled ‘Women in the Great War,’ an experience she enjoyed very much indeed, so much so that she wanted to try writing a book on her own.
Her opportunity arose when she wrote ‘Kent at War ’.4/5(1). See also the anthologies edited by Joyce Marlow, The Virago Book of Women and the Great War, (London: Virago, ) and by Angela K.
Smith. (ed.) Women's Writing of the First World War: An Anthology (Manchester: M.U.P., ). Outstanding Work by Women Writers on WWI. DRAMA Crocker, Bosworth.
Pawns of War (). The essays in this volume on women's writing of the First World War are written from an explicitly theoretical and academic feminist perspective.
The contributors - including a number of leading female academics - challenge current thinking about women's responses to the First World War andexplore the differences between women writers of the period, thus questioning the very categorization of.
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Although Italian women did not gain the vote, they did encounter a less empowering form of female citizenship just after the war ended with Mussolini's Fascism.
Because of the Great War, many women seized the. (Gail Braybon, War in History ) Women's Fiction and the Great War is an outstanding collection of essays. While each chapter combines thoughtful research with insightful argument, the book as a whole demonstrates the way different writers working in distinct genres experienced similar conflicts in the historical context of the First World : Paperback.
Keith Douglas: Less a war poet, more the last great Romantic Biographer Richard Burton on the legacy of a neglected and misunderstood English poet Tue, Keegan's book has become a modern-day classic, representing the most popular view of the Great War: a bloody and futile conflict, fought in chaos, causing the unnecessary death of millions.
Three concentrations of black and white photographs and a selection of quality maps accompany a superbly written narrative that expertly guides the reader. The satire that set the standard for all authors looking to lampoon the futility and bureaucratic absurdity of war, we've already listed Catch 22 as one of our funniest books of all time, but.
The authors of Women Writers and the Great War argue that it is to a large extent women\'s exclusion from the trenches that has resulted in their exclusion from the canon of war literature.
Even to this day, scant critical attention has been paid to the wide range of women\'s writing on the war. Top five women writers of the First World War From Sylvia Pankhurst to Vera Brittain, the historian Jerry White picks his favourite female authors writing under the shadow of the Great War.
Bell, Amy. “Women’s Politics, Poetry, and the Feminist Historiography of the Great War.” Canadian Journal of History 42 (): Buck, Claire. “British Women’s Writing of the Great War” The Cambridge Companion to the Literature of the First World War.
Vincent Sherry. Cambridge University Press, Electronic. The First World War was known in its own time as the Great War; its protagonists believed that it would be ‘the war to end all wars’.¹ The earliest attempts to recapture it – either as memoir or as history – struggled to put into words a reality that was so complex that it defied expression.
Military Writers Society of America awarded Katey Schultz’sFlashes of War, a collection of short stories, their Book of the Year in Literary Fiction. Women veteran writers. Written by authors as famous as Woolf, Faulkner, Conrad and Wharton, and by equally talented lesser-knowns, these fascinating short stories immerse the reader in the milieu of WW I.
Combatants, civilians, women, men, pacifists and propagandists not only describe the bloodshed, strategizing and paranoia of battle but also illuminate the Great Cited by: In addition to giving women greater access to work, the war also gave women greater artistic freedom and space to express their identities as artists.
Novels. A common subject for fiction in the s and s was the effect of the war, including shell shock and the huge social changes caused by the war. From the latter half of the 20th. Until recently their contributions, both to the saving of lives and to our understanding of warfare, have remained largely hidden from view.
By combining biographical research with textual analysis, Nurse writers of the great war opens a window onto their insights into the nature of nursing and the impact of warfare.
Ranging from Virginia Woolf, Katherine Mansfield, and H.D. to Vernon Lee, Frances Bellerby, and Mary Butts, the contributors challenge current thinking about women's responses to the First World War and explore the differences between women writers of the period, thus questioning the very categorization of "women's writing.".
Get this from a library! The Virago book of women and the Great War, [Joyce Marlow;] -- Marlow presents a varied collection of women's writing on the Great War drawn from sources such as letters and diaries.
This is an indispensable guide to the female experience of a war after which.This book comprises essays by female writers about war, from the Land War to the Civil War, from Anna Parnell’s Ladies Land League to the early years of the Irish Free State and subsequent.
Women's Fiction and the Great War book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The Great War stimulated a sudden growth in the novel in /5.