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The Great War and Women’s Consciousness: Images of by Claire M. Tylee

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By Claire M. Tylee

Tylee (U. of Malaga) exhibits that there does exist an imaginitive reminiscence of the nice warfare that's distinctively women's. She offers with journalism and ladies war-correspondents, with propaganda and the development of attention, with censorship, pacifism, women's autobiographies and fictionalized w

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She relies on euphemisms such as 'sleeping' to avoid peering too closely. As the War progressed she was encouraged to bring out further books. Although she continually claimed 'I can only speak of what I see and hear' she became increasingly affected by Allied propaganda, until when the Lusitania was sunk in May 1915 she wrote: 'Germany is the most absolute synonym of evil that history has ever seen' (Aldrich, 1917: 90). She might have said with Gibbs: My duty was that of a chronicler, not arguing why things should have happened so, nor giving reasons why they should not 26 The Great War and Women's Consciousness happen so, but describing faithfully many of the things I saw, and narrating the facts as I found them, as far as the Censorship would allow.

We came out to retreat again with four hundred men' (95). There are Germans in the vicinity, but she manages to ask him what she should expect, just as if it were 'the sort of tea-table conversation' to which she was accustomed. Shortly afterwards she is visited by a stray group of perfectly civil German Uhlans, and then by a randy Irish scout on a bicycle who gives her more trouble than the Germans. She had recounted the scorn and bitter feeling in the locality against Germans, but for herself, she merely finds it hard to be polite to them.

The generational conflict between fathers and sons was paralleled by the envious expectations and demands made on young women by older women. This was associated with a distinct women's history. Women's literature about the First World War was deeply affected by the pre-War women's movement, especially the struggle for female suffrage, but that is a huge and controversial topic which could well swamp this study. I adopt a procedure of Virginia Woolf's, of tunnelling back into that ground where it seems enlightening.

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