A War Imagined: First World War and English Culture by Samuel Hynes

A War Imagined: First World War and English Culture

Samuel Hynes

nonfiction history reflective slow-paced

514 pages | first published 1990

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Between the opulent Edwardian years and the 1920s, between the England of Pomp and Circumstance, the first Post-Impressionist show and Man and Superman and the England of The Waste Land, Facade and The Green Hat, World War I opens like a gap in hi...
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