A War Imagined
The First World War and English CultureUnknown - 1992
Between the opulent Edwardian years and the 1920s, World War I opens like a gap in history, separating one world of beliefs and values from another, and changing not only the map of Europe, but the ways in which men and women imagined reality itself. England after the war was a different place: the arts were different; history was different; sex, society and class were all different.
Publisher: London : Pimlico, 1992, c1990.
Branch Call Number: 942. 083 HYN
Characteristics: xiv, 514 p. : ill., ports. ; 24 cm.