Literary Journalism and World War I: Marginal Voices



Literary Journalism and World War I: Marginal Voices


Édité par Andrew Griffiths, Sara Prieto, Soenke Zehle



Andrew Griffiths

Andrew Griffiths, PhD is Associate Lecturer at Plymouth University and the Open University in the UK. His research focuses primarily on the relationship between journalism, literature and imperialism in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, with a particular emphasis on war correspondence.

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This collection of essays explores ways in which early and late examples of literary journalism from England, France, Spain, Portugal and the United States interpolate the aesthetics of war reporting on various fronts and at divergent times in Africa's history, both reproducing and deconstructing the widespread colonial discourse that lies...






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