6 edition of Popular fiction in England, 1914-1918 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 237-240) and index.
|LC Classifications||PR888.P68 O74 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 249 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||249|
|LC Control Number||91036651|
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A Fisher Lass's 'Great War' raged in Europe, reaching out as far as the north east of England to touch Alice living in a mining the space of this war the fisher lass lost her first love in a pit disaster and the second. Australia World War One A Fortunate Life by A.B. Facey This book begins at the turn of the 19th century. Bert Facey’s childhood ended when he was eight years old. That’s when his grandmother had to send him away to work for his keep.
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Get this from a library. Popular fiction in England, [Harold Orel] -- "While Englishmen were dying by the thousands on the battlefields of Europe, their friends and relations on the home front were reading books of humor, tales of espionage and adventure, colorful.
The book concludes with a review of changes in the publishing world inthe last year of the Great War. In its comprehensive coverage of a wide range of once popular but now neglected novels, Orel's authoritative study fills a gap in the cultural and literary Popular fiction in England of early twentieth-century by: 8.
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The Strange Death of Liberal England is a book written by George Dangerfield published in Its thesis is that Liberal Party in Great Britain ruined itself in dealing with the House of Lords, women's suffrage, the Irish question, and trade unions, It was named by publisher Modern Library in as one of the " Best Nonfiction Books" published in the 20th century.
South Wind is a novel by British author Norman Douglas. It is Douglas' most famous book and his only success as a novelist. It is set on an imaginary island called Nepenthe, located off the coast of Italy in the Tyrrhenian Sea, a thinly fictionalized description of Capri's residents and visitors.
The narrative concerns twelve days during which Thomas Heard, a bishop returning to England Author: Norman Douglas. About Jane Potter Jane's research and teaching focuses on book and literary history. Her monograph 'Boys in Khaki, Girls in Print: Women's Literary Responses to the Great War ' (OUP ; paperback ) was joint winner of the Women’s History Network Book Prize and she has published widely on many aspects of war literature, book history, and women's writing.
This article discusses the production and reception of Portuguese and foreign “war movies” in Portugal during It focuses on non-fiction cinema but includes a brief description of the only Portuguese fiction film about the war, ''João READ MORE.
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A World Undone: The Story of the Great World War, – Meyer sets out to integrate the war's discrete elements into a single work of popular history and delivers a worthy. World War I: Top 10 Books.
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The First World War inspired established authors, soldiers, combat nurses, and grieving loved ones to write intimate accounts of the horrors and devastating loss they experienced. We offer a selection of WWI poems, short stories and books that expressed the war's raw brutality, in contrast with the patriotic platitudes and recruitment poster slogans of the period.
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Jane's research and teaching focuses on book and literary history. Her monograph 'Boys in Khaki, Girls in Print: Women's Literary Responses to the Great War ' (OUP ; paperback ) was joint winner of the Women’s History Network Book Prize and she has published widely on many aspects of war literature, book history, and women's writing.
“This book tells of the experiences of a German civilian interned in England,” wrote Paul Cohen-Portheim in the preface to Time Stood Still: My Internment in England“and it is the author’s aim to describe nothing except what he actually saw and experienced.”.
This understatement is both typical of Cohen-Portheim’s remarkable humility and an utterly inadequate synopsis. He and Frieda moved a lot; Delany, taking D.
Lawrence through the Great War, heads his sections with the names of the English towns: Chesham, Greatham, Hampstead, Porthcothan, Zennor, etc. Yanked back to England from Italy by the war, newlywed Lawrence--a man who really knew the fine art of having a hard time--had : Paul Delany.
This book challenges that tired orthodoxy. It examines the relationship between parish churches and the Army during the war, using the important garrison town of Colchester as a case study. Colchester in was a microcosm both of English society and of the Church of England, in all their : Boydell & Brewer.
This summer marks the year anniversary of the start of World War I. Whether you’re a history buff well-versed in the events of the Great War, or someone who has just begun to be curious, we’ve got a collection of books to help you navigate the complex, fearsome, and fascinating facts and stories of the devastating conflict that shook the : Molly Schoemann-Mccann.
The Children’s War, Britain – re-directs our attention to the lives of British children in the Great War. This, the first book-length study of the subject, is an account not simply of endurance and separation, but of participation through family relationships, play and learning.