2 edition of backwash of war found in the catalog.
backwash of war
Ellen Newbold La Motte
|Statement||by Ellen N. La Motte.|
|LC Classifications||D640 .L2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v-vii, 186 p.|
|Number of Pages||186|
|LC Control Number||16020883|
May 26, · The Backwash of War. Ellen La Motte was an American nurse who volunteered in a French military field hospital during the war. She recorded her experiences in The Backwash of War, The Human Wreckage of the Battlefield as Witnessed by an American Hospital Nurse, first published in I must write you of what I have seen, the other side, the backwash.' Ellen La Motte, Volunteer Nurse, 4 May The 'backwash' of Ellen La Motte's controversial book are the dirty, smelly, lice and disease ridden bodies of wounded French soldiers brought into her field hospital, ten kilometres behind the Western Front of the First World War.4/5(3).
Backwash Of War: The Classic Account of a First World War Field Hospital The ‘backwash’ of Ellen La Motte’s controversial book are the dirty, smelly, lice and disease ridden bodies of wounded French soldiers brought into her field hospital, 10 kilometres behind the . In The Backwash of War and three personal essays, Ellen N. La Motte, an American volunteer nurse who worked in a French field hospital during World War I, offers a profoundly disturbing image of war. Midway through the book, she explains, "Well, there are many people to write you of the noble side, the heroic side, the exalted side of war.
Apr 04, · x. The Backwash of War. No official notice was ever sent to me. After several weeks I ventured to inquire of the publishers what had happened. The Government, it . Boldly capturing World War I’s devastation, writer and suffragist Ellen N. La Motte penned her controversial book, The Backwash of War, about her experiences as a nurse on the Western simplicityhsd.comng a new and influential style of war writing, her biting prose was banned in England and France upon its publication in , and later censored in the U.S. by the book’s publisher upon the.
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Nov 15, · Her book titled THE BACKWASH OF WAR is a collection of anecdotes of her experiences which haunted her for the rest backwash of war book her life. This book is a grim reminder that for all the "uplifting" glory of war, such propaganda is belied by the intense suffering and untimely death of young men/5(7).
Especially those serving the wounded during World War I in Belgium and France. 'The Backwash of War' is a firsthand series of vignettes by Ellen N. La Motte who was an American nurse serving as an army nurse in Europe during the Great War.
The release of this version of the book coincides with the th anniversary of World War I.4/5. Nov 15, · The Backwash of War (Classics To Go) - Kindle edition by Ellen Newbold La Motte. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Backwash of War (Classics To Go)/5(11). Jan 15, · Conversely, Cynthia Wachtell has wisely resurrected the provocative composition of Ellen La Motte’s The Backwash of simplicityhsd.com work conveys an entirely different perspective of the World War during the low ebb period of the Allied war effort against the Central simplicityhsd.com: Johannes Allert.
Jul 19, · The Backwash of War is a classic World War One history text by Ellen N. La Motte. This war has been described as "Months of boredom, punctuated by moments of intense fright." The writer of these sketches has experienced many "months of boredom," in a French military field hospital, situated ten kilometres behind the lines, in Belgium/5(11).
“Many things seen, heard, and thought during travels at home, on sea and oversea, in the war-time which we call ‘Armageddon.’ It is a chronicle of war impressions gathered during travel, near and far, on its edges red and jagged.” “This indeed is a book of the war but it is not backwash of war book the others.
Deemed damaging to morale, The Backwash of War was immediately banned in both England and France and later censored in wartime America. At once deeply unsettling and darkly humorous, this compelling book presents a unique view of the destruction wrought by war to the human body and spirit.
Her book titled THE BACKWASH OF WAR is a collection of anecdotes of her experiences which haunted her for the rest of her life. This book is a grim reminder that for all the "uplifting" glory of war, such propaganda is belied by the intense suffering and untimely death of young men/5(10).
"The Backwash of War is an important book. Through her sensitive and informed editing, Wachtell paints a subtle picture of LaMotte that includes censorship, suffragism, her relationship with the lesbian avant-garde scene in Paris, political activism, and her influence on other American writers.".
Oct 12, · Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. The Backwash of War is based on the diary she kept during that time. Due to its graphic depictions and presumed unpatriotic attitude, it was suppressed in the United States, and not republished untilalthough there was a British edition in ; shelved case Join BJ member Cynthia Wachtell for a talk about Ellen N.
La Motte’s lost classic from WWI. A light brunch will be served. Register now. The Backwash of War triggered a public outcry. While the book sold well in the United States init was banned in Great Britain and France.
It would also be banned in the United States after Wilson declared war in Public criticism, at that point, was no longer an option. War fervor became a civic duty. The Ellen La Motte Collection Author: Katherine Arner, Jennifer Kinniff, Phoebe Evans Letocha, Nancy McCall, Jim Stimpert. My fascination with The Backwash of War, by Ellen N.
La Motte, began twenty-five years ago, when I was a graduate student tracing the untold history of American antiwar writing for what would become my first book, War No More.
Apr 13, · The Backwash of War: The Human Wreckage of the Battlefield as Witnessed by an American Hospital Nurse by Ellen N. La Motte is the account of an American battlefield in nurse in French hospital in Belgium.
The stories of her experiences were so horrifying and bad for moral the book was banned in the United. Sep 23, · 'War, superb as it is, is not necessarily a filtering process, by which men and nations may be purified. Well, there are many people to write you of the noble side, the heroic side, the exalted side.
I must write you of what I have seen, the other side, the backwash.'Ellen La Motte, Volunteer Nurse, 4 May The 'backwash' of Ellen La Motte's controversial book are the dirty, smelly, lice and.
May 22, · An advertisement from for The Backwash of simplicityhsd.com the back pages of Laura de Gozdawa Turczynowicz, When the Prussians Came to Poland (Putnam, ). Not only was the book lost, but also lost with it was a particular way of writing and reading war.
May 01, · InEllen N. La Motte arrived in Europe as one of the first American volunteer nurses to work in the field hospitals of World War 1.
She was specialised as a Tuberculosis nurse, a keen observer and a writer unafraid of judgment. And she wrote. The Backwash of. Published in the fall ofThe Backwash of War was immediately banned in England and France.
Two years later, after being widely hailed as America’s most significant work of war writing and going through four printings, the book was deemed damaging to morale and censored in wartime America. Apr 04, · The Backwash of War is Ellen N. La Motte's first-hand account of life in a First World War field-hospital near Ypres.
This sometimes harrowing, and deeply moving, account is one of the sources. Ellen Newbold La Motte (–) was an American nurse, journalist and simplicityhsd.com began her nursing career as a tuberculosis nurse in Baltimore, Maryland, and in volunteered as one of the first American war nurses to go to Europe and treat soldiers in World War I.
In Belgium she served in a French field hospital, keeping a bitter diary detailing the horrors that she witnessed daily.Oct 22, · Boldly capturing World War I’s devastation, writer and suffragist Ellen N. La Motte penned her controversial book, The Backwash of War, about her experiences as a nurse on the Western Front.Editions for The Backwash of War: The Human Wreckage of the Battlefield as Witnessed by an American Hospital Nurse: X (Paperback), (H Cited by: 5.