A fully-rounded anthology of women's writing from World War One containing the known and unknown biographers and fiction writers of the period.. Explores the impact of the war on ideology, gender, genre and society and is a perfect complimentary text to Trudi Tate's Women Men and the Great War.. Aims to re-read the First World War as a female experience by drawing on the public and private sources of a wide range of different women.. Uses diaries, letters, articles and essays many of which have not been published.. Invaluable source document for scholars in many disciplines. -- .
|Publication date:||23rd March 2000|
|Publisher:||Manchester University Press|
|Categories:||Literary essays, Anthologies (non-poetry), First World War,|
Angela Smith is a Lecturer in English at the University of Plymouth -- .More About Angela Smith