Women's Writing on the First World War

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WOMEN'S WRITING
ON THE
FIRST WORLD WAR

Edited by
AGNÈS CARDINAL, DOROTHY GOLDMAN, AND JUDITH HATTAWAY

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements v
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction 1
  • I- The War Begins 9
  • 1three Ways Home 11
  • 2fräulein Schwartz 13
  • 3- War 32
  • 4- Spies! 38
  • 4- Spies! 40
  • 4- Spies! 44
  • 4- Spies! 48
  • 4- Spies! 60
  • II- The War Observed 63
  • 9- La Pharmacienne 65
  • 10- The Cordite Makers 91
  • 10- The Cordite Makers 94
  • 12- A Journal of Impressions in Belgium 102
  • 13- A Frenchwoman''s Notes on the War 107
  • 13- A Frenchwoman''s Notes on the War 109
  • 13- A Frenchwoman''s Notes on the War 112
  • 13- A Frenchwoman''s Notes on the War 113
  • 13- A Frenchwoman''s Notes on the War 114
  • 13- A Frenchwoman''s Notes on the War 116
  • III- The War Comes Home 121
  • 19- Letters and Diary Entries 123
  • 20- The Folk-Lore of the War 125
  • 20- The Folk-Lore of the War 127
  • 20- The Folk-Lore of the War 129
  • 20- The Folk-Lore of the War 134
  • 20- The Folk-Lore of the War 141
  • 20- The Folk-Lore of the War 146
  • 20- The Folk-Lore of the War 147
  • 26- A Pattern of Propriety 154
  • 27- A Little Nest Egg 157
  • 31- They Are the Same 174
  • 34- Roland Leighton 181
  • IV- Towards the Front 183
  • 35- An English Camp 185
  • 36- The War 187
  • 37- Letter VII 190
  • 38- The ''Fannys'' 192
  • 39- Not So Quiet . . 198
  • 40- Morphine 202
  • 44- Count Emil 220
  • V- Writing the War 225
  • 45- Inside the Glass Doors 227
  • 53- Asphodel 268
  • 54- The Beach 279
  • 54- The Beach 283
  • 54- The Beach 299
  • 54- The Beach 305
  • 54- The Beach 320
  • 54- The Beach 323
  • Vis Retrospect 325
  • 62- War Diary 327
  • 63- Memoirs 329
  • 65- Ivor Gurney 332
  • 66- Surprise Visit 334
  • 67- Miss Ogilvy Finds Herself 342
  • 66- Surprise Visit 357
  • 69- My Mother Won the War 364
  • Bibliography 369
  • Index 373
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