Dr Eva Zettelmann is an associate professor at the English Department, University of Vienna. She specialises in lyric theory, narratology and memory studies and is the author of books and articles on lyric theory, the history of British poetry, on drama and cognition and cultural memory. Her most recent publications include a study on narrativity and world construction in poetry (Journal of Literary Theory 11.1) and a review of Jonathan Culler’s Theory of the Lyric (Poetics Today 38.1).
We can approach the First World War from the perspective of the historian, with a view to providing an accurate, comprehensive and impartial account. There is a second way of dealing with the First World War, however: one which is … Continue reading →