The Great War and Modern Memory

  title={The Great War and Modern Memory},
  author={Paul Fussell},
Introduction A Satire of Circumstance The Troglodyte World Adversary Proceedings Myth, Ritual, and Romance Oh What a Literary War Theater of War Arcadian Recourses Soldier Boys Persistence and Memory Afterword 

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