Goldman, Dorothy with Jane Gledhill and Judith Hattaway. Women Writers and the Great War (New York: Twayne Publishers, 1995)

The wartime writings of such authors as Bagnold, Brittain, Hall, Hamilton, Macaulay, Irene Rathbone, and Sinclair are contextualized within discussions of women's war work, employment, service recruitment campaigns, sexuality, authenticity of experience, suffrage, modernism, and the popularity of romances and war memoirs.

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