The great war and modern memory from wikipedia the free encyclopedia the great war and modern memory is a book of literary criticism written by paul fussell and published in 1975 by oxford university press it describes the literary responses by english participants in world war i to their experiences of combat particularly in trench warfare. Paul fussells the great war and modern memory is possibly the finest most scholarly source on the way in which the great war was remembered by its participants drawing on the memoirs of soldiers together with a forensic examination of the events that shaped them fussells book is an insightful compassionate moving and skillfully written work few texts on the great war equal its power to . Paul fussells the great war and modern memory introduced an entirely new and creative way of writing both about war and the literature it generates it has been a profound influence on historians and literary critics alike. Winner of both the national book award and the national book critics circle award and named by the modern library one of the twentieth centurys 100 best non fiction books paul fussells the great war and modern memory was universally acclaimed on publication in 1970
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