The goal of this paper is to explore modernist writers’ rendering of shell shocked soldiers on the basis of medical and historical accuracy, but more importantly their metaphoric role as the embodiment of key modernist concerns. More specifically, it will examine the portrayal of the characters of Septimus Warren Smith in Virginia Woolf’s ‘Mrs. Dalloway’, and Christopher Tietjens in Ford Madox Ford’s ‘Some Do Not’.
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