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This battle was not over: Parade’s End as a transitional text in the development of ‘disenchanted’ First World War literature.

Book
Frayn, A. (2008)
This battle was not over: Parade’s End as a transitional text in the development of ‘disenchanted’ First World War literature. In A. Gąsiorek, & D. Moore (Eds.), Ford Madox Ford: Literary Networks and Cultural Transformations, 201-216. Rodopi
This chapter argues that the novels of Ford's Parade's End tetralogy occupy a significant place in the development of "disenchanted" fiction about the First World War. The val...

Ford and the First World War

Book Chapter
Frayn, A. (2015)
Ford and the First World War. In A. Chantler, & R. Hawkes (Eds.), An Introduction to Ford Madox Ford, (121-133). Ashgate Publishing Ltd
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What a victory it might have been”: C. E. Montague and the First World War.

Book
Frayn, A. (2015)
What a victory it might have been”: C. E. Montague and the First World War. In T. Tate, & K. Kennedy (Eds.), The Silent Morning: Culture and Memory After the Armistice, 131-148. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press
Discusses Montague's post-war prose work in terms of peace and silence.

Writing disenchantment: British First World War prose, 1914-30

Book
Frayn, A. (2014)
Writing disenchantment: British First World War prose, 1914-30. Manchester University Press. https://doi.org/10.7228/manchester/9780719089220.001.0001
This book argues that disenchantment is not only a response to wartime experience, but a condition of modernity with a language that finds extreme expression in First World Wa...

David Bowie’s late revival belongs to a grand tradition dating back to Beethoven

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Frayn, A., & Durkin, R. (2017)
David Bowie’s late revival belongs to a grand tradition dating back to Beethoven. https://theconversation.com/david-bowies-late-revival-belongs-to-a-grand-tradition-dating-back-to-beethoven-71031
On David Bowie's Blackstar as embodying aspects of late style, as discussed by Theodor Adorno and Edward Said. https://theconversation.com/david-bowies-late-revival-belongs-t...

Richard Aldington’s Images, the Metropolis and the Masses.

Journal Article
Frayn, A. (2014)
Richard Aldington’s Images, the Metropolis and the Masses. Modernist Cultures, 9, 260-281. https://doi.org/10.3366/mod.2014.0086
Richard Aldington’s city poems in the latter part of his 1915 collection Images are concerned with the masses who inhabit the modern city. Aldington is at pains to stress his ...

Introduction: Modernism and the First World War

Journal Article
Frayn, A. (2017)
Introduction: Modernism and the First World War. Modernist Cultures, 12(1), 1-15. https://doi.org/10.3366/mod.2017.0153
Introduction to special issue of Modernist Cultures on Modernism and the First World War. Surveys recent critical issues at the intersection of First World War and Modernist ...

“Now – Well, Look at the Chart”: Mapping, Maps and Literature

Book
Frayn, A. (2016)
“Now – Well, Look at the Chart”: Mapping, Maps and Literature. In S. D. Brunn, & M. Dodge (Eds.), Mapping Across Academia, 259-285. Dordrecht: Springer Verlag. doi:10.1007/978-94-024-1011-2_13
This chapter examines the resistance in literary criticism to making maps. Literary analysis is deeply invested in the construction of space and associated theories, but these...

A Thoroughly Manly Fellow: Masculinity and Manliness in Richard Aldington's Early Fiction.

Conference Proceeding
Frayn, A. (2004)
A Thoroughly Manly Fellow: Masculinity and Manliness in Richard Aldington's Early Fiction. In D. Kempton, & H. R. Stoneback (Eds.), New Places: proceedings of the Third International Richard Aldington Conferences, 63-70
No abstract available.

Ford and the First World War

Book Chapter
Frayn, A. (2018)
Ford and the First World War. In The Routledge Research Companion to Ford Madox FordTaylor & Francis
This chapter surveys Ford Madox Ford's writings about war. He was conscious of war writing by the beginning of the twentieth century via his friendship with Stephen Crane; th...

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