Everything you need to understand or teach The Great War and Modern Memory by Paul Fussell.
The Great War and Modern Memory by Paul Fussell studies the literature of World War I and how the war itself changed the literary style of that time. Fussell analyzes different aspects of the war and addresses some psychological influences that may have caused certain events to occur. He points out that allusion and symbolism were frequently used in order for people to find it easier to accept the war.
The Great War and Modern Memory Lesson Plans contain 106 pages of teaching material, including: