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Restrained Response: American Novels of the Cold War and Korea, 1945-1962: American Novels of the Cold War and Korea, 1945-62 (Contributions in American Studies) Hardcover – 8 Jan 1990


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?The author admits that the value of the American military novels of the early post-war period is neither that they represent a lasting contribution to the canon of great American literature, nor that they form a unique body of historical information'; instead he argues they deserve study for their clear delineation of a period.'?-American Literature

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ARNE AXELSSON is Associate Professor in the Department of English at Uppsala University in Sweden, specializing in modern American literature and society, and post-World War II American history. Other fields of interest include ninteenth-century American literature, and he has written "The Links in the Chain: Isolation and Interdependence in Nathaniel Hawthorne's Fictional Characters," and articles published in "Studia Neophilologica."

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A characteristic feature of the years following World War II-immediately apparent from a study of military novels-is that the political development made heavier demands on the adaptability of the American military than during most other periods in history. Read the first page
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