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Merchants of Hope: British Middlebrow…

Merchants of Hope: British Middlebrow Writers and the First World War,…

by Rosa M. Bracco

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This study examines fictional recreations of the First World War in the interwar years and the phenomenal success of one play, Sheriff's Journey's End. The author challenges the notion of a 'modern' memory generated by the First World War by arguing that middlebrow texts formulated a set of images and ideas that eclipsed the wartime upheaval and imputed conservative 'meanings' to the collective memory.

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