Robert Graves's Good-bye to All That

In this lecture, we learn about the representation of World War One in Literature, with specific reference to the differences between fact and fiction in Robert Graves's literary masterpiece Good-bye to All That, written and published in 1929. Particularly valuable are Graves's own post-publication comments about how combatants may be expected to represent their experiences in battle when they transmute them into literature.

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