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Sewanee War Literature

sewaneeThe newest issue of The Sewanee Review (Fall 2015) focuses on war literature with Architecture of Death: War and the Literature of War. The feature includes fiction and poetry as well as essays by Richard Tillinghast on Nathan Bedford Forrest and Robert Lacy on the home front during WWII along with essays by George Bornstein, Gerald L. Smith, Christopher Thornton, and Robert G. Walker. Jeffrey Meyers’ essay “Hemingway and Goya” can be read on The Sewanee Review website along with Ann Lohner’s fiction “The Iron Trap.”

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