|Author||Fussell, Paul, 1924-;|
|Pagination||x, 368 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press,|
|Note||Originally published: New York : Oxford University Press, 1975. Contains a new afterword. Includes bibliographical references and index. "The year 2000 marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the publication of The Great War and Modern Memory, winner of the National Book Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award, and recently named by the Modern Library one of the twentieth century's100 Best Non-Fiction Books. Fussell's landmark study of World War I remains as original and gripping today as ever before: a literate, literary, and illuminating account of the Great War, the war that changed a generation, ushered in the modern era, and r evolutionized how we see the world. Exploring the work of Siegfried Sassoon, Robert Graves, Edmund Blunden, David Jones, Isaac Rosenberg, and Wilfred Owen, Fussell presents those writers who most effectively memorialized World War I as a historical experi ence with conspicuous imaginative and artistic meaning."--BOOK JACKET.|
|Place made||New York :|
The Great War and modern memory / Paul Fussell.
I. A Satire of Circumstance -- II. The Troglodyte World -- III. Adversary Proceedings -- IV. Myth, Ritual, and Romance -- V. Oh What a Literary War -- VI. Theater of War -- VII. Arcadian Recourses -- VIII. Soldier Boys -- IX. Persistence and Memory.
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