The Great War and Modern Memory

(Nonfiction; Oxford University Press, 1975)


In recent decades, works of literary and cultural criticism have grown tedious in their esoteric language, political paranoia, and absence of care for the reader’s experience. The Great War and Modern Memory, by contrast, is both accessible and rigorous and a book that in its wide appeal and profound insight changed the way the Western literary canon was understood by readers, writers, and critics.

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