The Second Battlefield

Women, Modernism and the First World War

Angela Smith

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Explores written representations of First World War experience, produced by a variety of different women. Drawing on a wealth of unpublished material, in the form of diaries and letters, the book examines the way in which the variety of new roles undertaken by women triggered a search, conscious or otherwise, for appropriate new forms of expression. Through the twin approaches of literary criticism and historical exploration, the book contributes an important new strand to the scholarship of women and war. Expands current notions of how modernisms should be defined. This volume compliments Angela K. Smith's 1999 publication, Women's writing of the First World War: An anthology (MUP).

Angela Smith is a freelance writer/editor and Executive Director Emeritus of the Writers' League of Texas.

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Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 228
Erscheinungsdatum 01.04.2001
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-0-7190-5301-6
Verlag Manchester University Press
Maße (L/B/H) 21.6/14/1.3 cm
Gewicht 310 g

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  • Introduction I NON-FICTION 1. The private pen 2. Private to public: The front line woman 3. Accidental modernisms: Hospital stories of the first world war II FICTION 4. 'Living words': The woman's story 5. Not so quiet...women answer back (a) A conflict of interests: May Sinclair's The Tree of Heaven (b) A conflict of ideas: Rose Macaulay's Non-Combatants and Others (c)Art, Pacifism, Sexuality: Rose Allatini's Despised and Rejected 6. Living with words: The war according to HD (a) 'I have broken the silence': Katherine Mansfield's War (b) Rebecca West: Psychoanalyzing the home front (c)The Happy Foreigner: Enid Bagnold and the post-war woman Conclusion: The aspect of peace