Intoxicated With War

Heroes’ Twilight: A Study of the Literature of the Great War

by Bernard Bergonzi
Coward-McCann, 235 pp., $5.00

Men Who March Away: Poems of the First World War

edited by I.M. Parsons
Viking, 192 pp., $4.50

The Long Trail: What the British Soldier Sang and Said in 1914-18

by John Brophy, by Eric Partridge
London House & Maxwell, 239 pp., $5.95

A Passionate Prodigality

by Guy Chapman
Holt, Rinehart, Winston, 281 pp., $5.00

It is clear that the urge to violence emerged immensely strengthened from the First World War, no longer ignorant and gaming but grim, vengeful, purposeful.

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