Lines of Fire: Women Writers of World War 1
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Lines of Fire: Women Writers of World War 1

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"What men suffer through war is written in histories . . . but what women suffer is never written." --Cora Harris, journalist, The Saturday Evening Post

Most books written about World War I generally focus on combat and the experiences of men. Lines of Fire challenges the restrictions of official history and traditional ideas of "war literature," bringing together a rich an...more
Paperback, 656 pages
Published November 1st 1999 by Plume
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Christiana
A very cool collection of journalism, short stories, memoir vignettes, and poetry from WWI, all by women of every nation involved in the war. A fascinating range of pieces, many very strong. Edited by my awesome professor!

Read for my WWI Literature class.
Jenn Donatelli
Jan 20, 2008 Jenn Donatelli rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: teachers and people who enjoy reading about history!
Great source for stories about World War I.
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