English: World War II in British and American Literature G1N, 7,5 credits, EN226G

All wars are brutal, and World War II was perhaps the most brutal of all. So novelists who write about it are often faced with the problem of putting the unspeakable into words.

This course examines a number of literary representations of the horrors of World War II and, comparing these with the historical context, tries to identify fictional variations on the theme of the war.

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