Paul Fussell

Fussell in Paris, France, May 1945 Paul Fussell Jr. (22 March 1924 – 23 May 2012) was an American cultural and literary historian, author and university professor. His writings cover a variety of topics, from scholarly works on eighteenth-century English literature to commentary on America's class system. Fussell served in the 103rd Infantry Division during World War II and was wounded in fighting in France. Returning to the US, Fussell wrote extensively and held several faculty positions, most prominently at Rutgers University (1955–1983) and at the University of Pennsylvania (1983–1994). He is best known for his writings about World War I and II, which explore what he felt was the gap between the romantic myth and reality of war; he made a "career out of refusing to disguise it or elevate it". Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Fussell, Paul, 1924-2012
    Published 1989
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    by Fussell, Paul, 1924-2012
    Published 1965
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    by Fussell, Paul, 1924-2012
    Published 1975
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    by Fussell, Paul, 1924-2012
    Published 1969
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    by Fussell, Paul, 1924-2012
    Published 1971
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    by Fussell, Paul, 1924-2012
    Published 2013
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    by Fussell, Paul, 1924-2012
    Published 1980
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    Published 1969
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