Rose Macaulay's And No Man's Wit: The forgotten Spanish Civil War novel

Mazlin, Cyrena (2011) Rose Macaulay's And No Man's Wit: The forgotten Spanish Civil War novel. Hecate, 37 1: 56-69.

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Author Mazlin, Cyrena
Title Rose Macaulay's And No Man's Wit: The forgotten Spanish Civil War novel
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Rose Macaulay's And No Man's Wit: The forgotten Spanish Civil War novel
Journal name Hecate   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0311-4198
1839-4213
Publication date 2011
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 37
Issue 1
Start page 56
End page 69
Total pages 14
Place of publication St Lucia, Qld., Australia
Publisher Hecate Press
Collection year 2012
Language eng
Abstract The article discusses the representation of the Spanish Civil War in the 1940 novel "And No Man's Wit" by Rose Macaulay. The author discusses how the novel provides a complex account of the often-oversimplified Spanish-ideological conflict. It was noted that unlike the war novelists of her time, Macaulay was unable to travel to Spain. The author observes that Macaulay's pacifism is reflected in how the characters in the novel react during warfare.
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