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  • 7 Literature Criticisms
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Critical Essay by The Times Literary Supplement There was a time when autobiographies were only written by the old, who alone, it was supposed, had had experiences numerous and notable enough to make ... Read more
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Critical Essay by Mary Ross Vera Brittain's "Testament of Youth" was the story of her own experiences through World War I and the post-war years till 1925. ["Born 1925�... Read more
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Critical Essay by The Times Literary Supplement A quarter of a century ago there appeared Testament of Youth, one of those rare books which are a landmark for a whole generation. To young people, and ... Read more
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Critical Essay by Eve Auchincloss Testament of Youth is an unflinching account of the early life of an Englishwoman whom circumstances and conscience made an eloquent witness to a war that in this cen... Read more
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Critical Essay by Phillip Whitehead The reader approaches [Chronicle of Youth] with some reservations. Vera Brittain made a number of unsuccessful attempts to have her war diaries published in her lif... Read more
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Critical Essay by Paul Delany When Vera Brittain's Testament of Youth was published in 1933 it struck a deep chord among those in England who felt, as she did, that their youth had been '... Read more
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Critical Essay by Fred J. Ringel During the lull after a literary deluge of experiences of the last war and rising warnings against the coming chemical extinction of mankind, books [of the sort of Tes... Read more