Literature of the First World War

Literature of the First World War

Record date: Aug 11, 2014

Marguerite Helmers, Professor, English Studies, UW-Oshkosh, joins “University Place Presents” host Norman Gilliland to delve into the reasons so many poets, memoirists and novelists wrote about World War I. Helmers explains that the reality of the technological advances in warfare in contrast with what men expected when they enlisted is reflected in their writings.

UP Campus: 

Up Lecture Series: 

UP Subjects: