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I would think so.  Still, I was interested in the topic (albeit in a dillitantish way) for some years before stumbling upon it, so there may be those who would find the suggestion useful.  I'm not surprised that you don't need it.

Tom K

In a message dated Mon, 16 Sep 2002 10:31:20 PM Eastern Standard Time, [log in to unmask] writes:

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> Thanks.  It is a standard text for WWI in literature.  Nancy
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> Date sent:              Mon, 16 Sep 2002 22:25:40 -0400
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> From:                   Thomas Kissane <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject:                Re: OT Re: Towers and Dust - On Topic: ELiot and WWI
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> If you're studyng this, you might enjoy "The Great War and Modern
> Memory"
> by Paul Fussell.  I hesitate to suggest a book just because I happen to
> have read it, when there are so many great books I haven't read, but this
> one was right on regarding your subject, and perhaps the best sociological
> history I've ever read, so it can't hurt for me to throw the suggestion
> out.
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> Tom K