Women, the First World War and the Dramatic Imagination : International Essays (1914-1999)
Claire M. Tylee
E. Mellen Press, 2000 - Drama - 283 pages
This collection of essays demonstrates the continuing effects of World War I on the cultural memories of the disparate nations involved, including Ireland, Germany, Canada and Scotland at the end of the 20th century. It draws on various critical approaches to analyze dramas that range globally from France, Germany and Australia as well as the UK and the USA.
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