Review: THE PENGUIN BOOK OF FIRST WORLD WAR PROSE edited by Jon Silkin

Semicolon read and reviewed a portion of The Penguin Book of First World War Prose edited by Jon Silkin for the WWI Reading Challenge in 2012.  Here’s a sample:

The Germany Mr. Sorley writes about, confident in her moral and cultural superiority, sounds a lot like the United States in the twenty-first century. The German intent was to export the strength and courage and efficiency of the Germans (Prussians) to the rest of the benighted and deprived world.

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