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Anglica. An International Journal of English Studies 27/3

Anglica. An International Journal of English Studies 27/3

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Marzena Sokołowska-Paryż
Why and How Should We ‘Remember’ the Great War?

Marjorie Gehrhardt
Mobilising the Red Cross Journal: A Charity’s Periodical in Wartime

Sara Prieto
“War song of America”: The Vigilantes and American Propagandistic Poetry of the First World War

Natalia Stachura
British Film Propaganda in the Netherlands: Its Preconditions and Missed Opportunities

Anne Samson
The End of the 1914–1918 War in Africa

Donna Coates
Happy is the Land that Needs No Heroes

Martin Löschnigg
How to Tell the War? Trench Warfare and the Realist Paradigm in First World War Narratives

Nancy Sloan Goldberg
From Barbusse to Lemaitre: The Evolution of Experience

Anna Branach-Kallas
World Travellers: Colonial Loyalties, Border Crossing and Cosmopolitanism in Recent Postcolonial First World War Novels

Rūta Šlapkauskaitė
“Like being trapped in a drum”: The Poetics of Resonance in Frances Itani’s Deafening

Ross J. Wilson
Witnessing the Great War in Britain: Centenaries and the Making of Modern Identities

Review: Anna Branach-Kallas and Piotr Sadkowski
Comparing Grief in French, British and Canadian Great War Fiction (1977–2014) (Katarzyna Więckowska)


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