AS III 16

Anglo Saxonica S.III N.16

AS III 16

Anglo Saxonica S. III N. 16

Articles:

Introductory Note
Luísa Maria Flora, Michaela Schwarz S.G. Henriques and Randall Stevenson

Against Oblivion. Remenbrance, Memory and Myth in Julian Barnes’s “Evermore” (1995) 
Luísa Maria Flora

What the Soldier Said: Silence, (Bad) Language and the Great War
Randall Stevenson

Bliss and Britten: Building Up Wilfred Owen as Myth 
Gilles Couderc

Challenging the Myths of the Great War: John McCrae’s “In Flanders Fields” Revisited
Teresa Gibert

Seeking Freedom and Finding War: A Case Study of Two Pacifists, Vera Brittain and Dora Russell
Michaela Schwarz S.G. Henriques

From Court-Martial to Carnival: Film’s Recreation of the Great War Fifty Years On
Anthony Barker

David Leighton on Roland Leighton as Man and Poet: An Interview
Paula Campos Fernández

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