Cl?mentine Tholas-Disset, Karen A. Ritzenhoff




Humor, Entertainment, and Popular Culture during World War I




Palgrave Macmillan US

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  • BookChapter: Body Politics: National Identity, Performance, and Modernity in Maciste Alpino (1916)
  • BookChapter: “You Can’t Help Laughing, Can You?” Humor and Symbolic Empowerment in British Music Hall Song during the Great War
  • BookChapter: Alf’s Button (1920): Comedy in the Trenches
  • BookChapter: Sugary Celebrations and Culinary Activism: Sugar, Cooking, and Entertaining during World War I
  • BookChapter: The Nuanced Comic Perspectives of the Cartoons in Mr. Punch’s History of the Great War
  • BookChapter: Introduction
  • BookChapter: J. M. Barrie and World War I
  • BookChapter: The Range of Laughter: First Person Reports from Entertainers of the Over There Theatre League
  • BookChapter: War Memoir as Entertainment: Walter Bloem’s Vormarsch (1916)
  • BookChapter: Johanna Enlists (1918): An Elliptic and Comic Portrayal of the Great War in Motion Pictures
  • BookChapter: Mobilizing Morale: At the Front in a Flivver with the American Ambulanciers
  • BookChapter: Marianne in the Trenches: Typology and Iconographic Polysemy of Marianne between 1914 and 1918
  • BookChapter: Chunder Goes Forth: Humor, Advertising, and the Australian Nation in the Bulletin during World War I
  • BookChapter: Hoaxes, Ballyhoo Stunts, War, and Other Jokes: Humor in the American Marketing of Hollywood War Films during the Great War
  • BookChapter: World War I in Bande Dessinée: La Semaine de Suzette and the Birth of a Breton Heroine at War!
  • BookChapter: Nature and Functions of Humor in Trench Newspapers (1914–1918)
  • BookChapter: Silencing Laughter: Pioneering Director Lois Weber and the Uncanny Gaze in Silent Film


  • Cultural And Media Studies
  • Media And Communication
  • Film History
  • History Of World War Ii And The Holocaust

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