5 edition of The Spanish Farm Trilogy 1914 to 1918 found in the catalog.
April 1, 2005 by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
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ISBN ISBN by R.H. Mottram and John Galsworthy includes books The Spanish Farm and The Spanish Farm Trilogy to See the complete The Spanish Farm trilogy series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles.
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Although producing another minor masterpiece of understated, middle-brow prose, as with The Spanish Farm Trilogy, Mottram revealed his determination to grapple with issues ignored almost entirely by other writers.
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For now, avoid. Poor, showing wear. World War I-Western Front With a preface by John Galsworthy, this is the first part of the Spanish Trilogy. It tells various stories which all feature around the Spanish Farm of the title, which is a battlefield landmark in Flanders.
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As all GWF members should know, the time the average British soldier spent in the trenches was only a fraction of his service in France or Belgium. Much of the rest of the time he was interacting with the local population in the military zone behind the front, a. x, pages ; 23 cm Includes bibliographical references (pages ) and index Preface -- Introduction / Holger Klein -- Love and war: R.H.
Mottram, The Spanish Farm Trilogy, and Ernest Hemingway, A Farewell to Arms / Michael Garrety -- John Dos Passos' Three Soldiers: aesthetics and the doom of individualism / Stanley Cooperman -- The painful process of unthinking: E.E.
Pages: Others centre on time spent in the French Foreign Legion, or in tank warfare during Settings range across the Western Front and on to such theatres as Gallipoli, Salonika, and Kut. The 40 page centrepiece is by R H Mottram, author of the Spanish Farm trilogy. The success of his first book encouraged Mottram to produce two sequels, Sixty-Four, Ninety-Four () and The Crime at Vanderlynden's (), with all three books being repackaged (together with some related short stories) as The Spanish Farm Trilogy ().
I thk you need to mention R H Mottram’s Spanish Farm trilogy & Henry Williamson’s Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight novels which give a hugely impressive perspective on the war itself,the pre world it replaced & the aftermath of that m was of course a Norwich man & Williamson farmed at Stiffkey before & during WW2.
R.H. Mottram was a novelist, poet, local historian and Lord Mayor of Norwich. He is best remembered for his Spanish Farm Trilogy () which was based on his experiences in WW1 in France and Flanders. The three books in the trilogy were The Spanish Farm, Sixty-Four, Ninety-Four and The Crime at.
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