The Nightmare of History: The Fictions of Virginia Woolf and D.H. Lawrence


This book argues that the works of Woolf and Lawrence are informed by the dynamics of conflict. It examines to what extent the Great War affected their view of social and historical events, as well as suggesting that violence and the structure of battle is evident in their prewar writings.


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