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  • 23 Jul 2014

    Notes from the Battlefield

    The Great War left behind a legacy of pain, suffering, and anger. The writers who captured it tell a heartbreaking story of a generation lost to war.

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  • 16 Jul 2014
    Paul Sheehan

    Poetry vs. Pity

    This week, we delve further into the cultural impact of author of the Great War as Paul Sheehan, Modernism and the Aesthetics of Violence, examines pity and pathos in World War I poetry.

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  • 9 Jul 2014
    Ann-Marie Einhaus

    Short Stories and the First World War

    For the next few weeks, we'll be examining the cultural impact of the Great War, particularly its influence on 20th century literature. Ann-Marie Einhaus, author of The Short Story and the First World War, offers a guide to some excellent war stories from and about World War I.

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