Women's Writing on the First World War

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Women's Writing on the First World War

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9780198122814: Women's Writing on the First World War

Until now the impact of The First World War upon women writers has been less visible than that of their male counterparts. This anthology brings together women's writing about the War from the period 1914 to 1930. Letters, diary entries, and essays offer an interesting counterpoint to the novels and short stories through which women sought to encompass the extremes of wartime life.

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Agnès Cardinal is Lecturer in Comparative Literary Studies at the University of Kent at Canterbury

Dorothy Goldman is an independent writer and researcher

Judith Hattaway is Lecturer at the University of Kent at Canterbury

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"Women's Writing on the First World War...demonstrates unequivocally that women could write extremely successfully about war, and that war has to be understood, particularly in the twentieth century, as something more comprehensive than simply front-line experience...the [anthology] amply fulfils its aim to force a reconsideration of 'what we should understand by "war writing"' and helps to challenge what is still mainstream, male-dominated, experiential war literature canon...the editors have also drawn on a range of virtually unknown writers, some of whose long-term fates remain...a mystery...an extraordinarily accomplished, non-ephemeral quality of writing."--Notes and Queries


"In keeping with the vital feminist project to widen the categories of what constitutes war writing, this ground-breaking anthology brings to light many voices that have been forgotten or neglected over time....[T]his work will prove invaluable in offering leads and research suggestions and does much to redress the difficulty in approaching primary sources when looking beyond the standard war materials."--Choice


"This volume makes forceful and convincing claims for the necessity of recognizing women's signal contributions to the far-reaching cultural changes ushered into the Western world by the twentieth century's first major military conflict.... We are presented with a compelling compilation of voices that draws from all classes and frames of experience... The introduction offers a compendious overview of much of the most significant extant scholarship on literature of the First World War."--English Literature in Transition 1880-1920


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