Special Issue "Writing 1914-1918. National Responses to the Great War"



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Indicative bibliography:
Beaupré, N. (2006). Écrits de guerre, 1914-1918. Paris : CNRS Editions.

Bonet, J. M. (1995). Diccionario de las vanguardias en España (1907-1936). Madrid : Alianza.

Campa, L. (2010). Poètes de la Grande Guerre. Expérience combattante et activité poétique. Paris : Garnier.

Cru, J. N. (2006) [1928]. Témoins. Nancy : Presses universitaires de Nancy.



Das, S. (2006). Touch and Intimacy in First World War Literature. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press.

Field, F. (1991). British and French Writers of the First World War. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press.



Flash, K. (2000). Die Geistige Mobilmachung. Die deutschen Intellektuellen und der Erste Weltkrieg. Berlin : Alexander Fest Verlag.

Fussel, P. (1975). The Great War and Modern Memory. Oxford : Oxford University Press.

Hurcombe, M. (2004). Novelists in Conflict: Ideology and the Absurd in the French Combat Novel of the Great War. Amsterdam – New York : Rodopi.

Mainer, J.-C. (1975). La Edad de Plata (1902-1939): ensayo de interpretacíon de un proceso cultural. Barcelona : Asenet.

Natter, W. G. (1999). Literature at War, 1914-1940: Representing the “Time of Greatness” in Germany. New Haven and London : Yale University Press.

Schoentjes, P. (dir.) (2008). La Grande Guerre, un siècle de fictions romanesques. Paris : Droz.

Schoentjes, P. (2009). Fictions de la Grande Guerre, Variations littéraires sur 14-18. Paris : Classiques Garnier, coll. « Études de littérature des XXe et XXIe siècles ».



Sherry, V. (2005). The Cambridge Companion to the Literature of the First World War. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press.

Stickelberger-Eder M. (1983). Aufbruch 1914. Kriegsromane der späten Weimarer Republik. Zürich – München : Artemis-Verlag.

Trevisan, C. (2001). Les Fables du deuil, La Grande Guerre : mort et écriture. Paris : PUF, coll. Perspectives littéraires.


Articles must be written in English and should not exceed 7,500 words in length. We will particularly appreciate articles including examples of French, German and Spanish texts, which are the main interest of the review. Authors must provide a 500-word abstract along with a brief CV, complete contact details, and academic affiliation. The deadline for the submission of your proposal is set on May 15, 2016.

Toby Garfitt (toby.garfitt@magd.ox.ac.uk)



Nicolas Bianchi (nicolas.bianchi@univ-montp3.fr)
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