Edinburgh Critical Studies in War and Culture

Series Editor(s): Kate McLoughlin, Gill Plain

The monographs in this series analyse the cultural meditation of war - its causes, consequences and aftermath - through Anglophone literature and film from the age of industrialised warfare to the present.

Key Features:

  • New intervention into the field of scholarship devoted to war literature and film
  • Volumes draw as appropriate on literary, film and cultural theory - including trauma theory and memory work - within a rigorous historicist framework that will illuminate the cultural specificity of representation and meditation
  • Transhistorical and inter-cultural approah, allowing comparisons to be made across periods, nations and communities
  • Explored formal considerations - genre, style, metaphor, image - as part of a focus on the cultural transmission of 'war'

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