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Life Writing, Fiction and Modernism in British Narratives of the First World War

Max Saunders
RUSI Journal, 21 August 2014
The Great War, Art, Culture and Literature, History
Popular memory may be shaped by poetry, but it is in prose that some of the most compelling and innovative literary work about the First World War is to be found

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