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WWI novels



George Robb, British Culture and the First World War, Palgrave, 2002.

British wartime novels
H. G. Wells, MR. BRITLING SEES IT THROUGH, 1916
May Sinclair, THE TREE OF HEAVEN, 1917
Mary Hamilton, DEAD YESTERDAY, 1916
Rose Mcaulay, NON-COMBATANTS AND OTHERS, 1916

Fantasy:
Arthur Machin, THE TERROR, 1917. Human brutality casts spell on animals, who kill humans.
John Snaith, THE COMING, 1917. Second coming of Christ "John Smith" won't join army or go to church, hears voices, is committed to an asylum.

British postwar novels and memoirs
Ford Madox Ford, LAST POST, 1928
Siegfried Sassoon, MEMOIRS OF A FOX-HUNTING MAN, 1928
Richard Aldington, DEATH OF A HERO, 1929
Robert Graves, GOOD-BYE TO ALL THAT, 1929
Mary Borden, THE FORBIDDEN ZONE, 1929
Henry Williamson, THE WET FLANDERS PLAIN, 1929
Edmund Blunden, UNDERTONES OF WAR, 1930
Frederic Manning, HER PRIVATES, WE, 1930 [I'm sorry, but that title cracks me up!]
Vera Brittain, TESTAMENT OF YOUTH, 1933

Romantic postwar novels
C.S. Forester, BROWN ON RESOLUTION, 1929
Leslie Roberts, WHEN THE GODS LAUGHED, 1930

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