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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Dominic Hibberd
    Pages 1-3
  3. Dominic Hibberd
    Pages 4-36
  4. Dominic Hibberd
    Pages 37-88
  5. Dominic Hibberd
    Pages 89-122
  6. Dominic Hibberd
    Pages 123-155
  7. Dominic Hibberd
    Pages 156-181
  8. Dominic Hibberd
    Pages 182-197
  9. Back Matter
    Pages 198-212

About this book

Introduction

The Great War was the first in British history to involve virtually the entire population of Britain. A vast quantity of poems, fiction, essays, speeches, letters, memoirs and other written material was produced during 1914 and 1918 and Hibberd chooses both famous passages and excerpts which have never before been reprinted, from both the imaginative poetry and prose of the period, and documents such as newspapers and politicians' speeches. The linking commentary illuminates the very close relationship between the literature and history of this time, which is further highlighted by the chronological table, plates section and further reading sections.

Keywords

5327 fiction First World War history of literature

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