Heroes’ Twilight: A Study of the Literature of the Great War
Men Who March Away: Poems of the First World War
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A Passionate Prodigality
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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