‘Eagles of the West’? American Women Writers and World War 1 View Full Text


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DATE

1993

AUTHORS

Dorothy Goldman

ABSTRACT

The geographical and political distance from America of World War 1 meant that it could not affect American women in the same way that it did their European sisters. But it should not be thought that they were untouched by it. Many American women visited or lived in France during a War which left thousands more bereaved: although ‘the American dead from wounds and disease amounted to only two per cent of the troops engaged compared to nearly 25 per cent of other nationalities, the Americans were in action for only slightly over a year. Thus their losses were still alarmingly high’2 The War changed American women’s perception of themselves, of men and of the future relationships between the sexes, and American women writers charted the change. More... »

PAGES

188-208

Book

TITLE

Women and World War 1

ISBN

978-0-333-51310-1
978-1-349-22555-2

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