This chapter introduces Siegfried Sassoon and his selective approach to the past, looking at his literary responses to each world war by studying his poetry and prose from the 1920s to the 1940s. It studies the role of nostalgia in his representation of his survival of war, how nostalgia is used as a way to filter the memories of the past, and nostalgia in Georgian and modernist poetry.
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