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Manchester University Press
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Engelsk
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306
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22 x 14 cm
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9780719045981

Women, Men and the Great War

An Anthology of Stories

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"A wide ranging, challenging and constantly surprising collection ...focusing on the divisions the war created between men and women." Pat Barker This is an anthology of short stories of World War I from 25 classic writers. Gertrude Stein, Virginia Woolf and Katherine Mansfield are among the women writers whose works account for half the volume. The stories are by turn poignant, violent, harsh, tender and desolating.

Women, Men and the Great War

"A wide ranging, challenging and constantly surprising collection ...focusing on the divisions the war created between men and women." Pat Barker This is an anthology of short stories of World War I from 25 classic writers. Gertrude Stein, Virginia Woolf and Katherine Mansfield are among the women writers whose works account for half the volume. The stories are by turn poignant, violent, harsh, tender and desolating.

"A Love Match", Sylvia Townsend Warner; "All the Dead Pilots", William Faulkner; "Speed the Plough", Mary Butts; "So Handy for the Fun Fair", Winifred Holtby; "The Fly", Katherine Mansfield; "Tourty or Tourtebattre", Gertrude Stein; "The Case of Lieutenant Hall", Richard Aldington; "Ear-ring", HD; "The Maharaja and the Tortoise", Mulk Raj Anand; "In Another Country", Ernest Hemingway; "Miss Ogilvy Finds Herself", Radclyffe Hall; "Wedding Day", Gwendolyn Bennett; "Monkey Nuts", D.H. Lawrence; "The Mark on the Wall", Virginia Woolf; "The French Poodle", Wyndham Lewis; "The Refugees", Edith Wharton; "Red Tape", May Sinclair; "The Tale", Joseph Conrad; "The New Word", J.M. Barrie; "Spud Trevor of the Red Hussars", Sapper; "The Bowmen", Arthur Machen; "Mary Postgate", Rudyard Kipling; "The Scaremonger", Ford Maddox Ford; "Gustav", W. Somerset Maugham; "Count Lothar's Heart", Kay Boyle; biographical information.

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