Women and War: the battlefront and the Home front . “What men suffer through war is written in histories…but what women suffer is never written.” PP by: Karina Huerta. Djuna Barnes (1892-1982).
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Women and War: the battlefront and the Home front
“What men suffer through war is written in histories…but what women suffer is never written.”
PP by: Karina Huerta
The Cultural climate: the avant-garde and the emergence of modernism
THEGROWTH OF “LITTLE” MAGAZINES
-To facilitate the upheaval, “little” magazines appeared.
-A weekly journal edited by A.R. Orage, played a significant role in fostering debates about modernism during the years of its publication between 1907-1922.
-Widely electric in the social and political positions, “The New Age” published essays and original literary works by authors.
THE ENGLISH REVIEW
-Appeared in only four volumes from 1908-1910, which was published by Ford MadoxHueffer, and featured a mix of older and newer writers.
-The journal was an important force in the transitional period between traditional work and the appearance of the avant-garde.