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NO MAN’S LAND: FICTION FROM A WORLD AT WAR, is a biting reminder that war, any war, is hell. And WWI was also mud, blood, lice, death, stench, dismay and lack of hope, the ennui of days on end with lack of sleep, poor food, mud in everything and rats/5(14).
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The cover is dull, the title dry-sounding ("No Man's Land" conjures an image of the desert, and "Postcards" are relatively obsolete) and the book is BIIIIIG.
It seems long and ponderous. Besides, the author was 65 when POSTCARDS was published, and it always seemed to me that older authors look down on YA/children's lit and write preachy, mor 4 /5().
Eula Biss is the author of The Balloonists and Notes from No Man's Land: American Essays, which won the National Book Critics Circle Award for Criticism. She teaches nonfiction writing at Northwestern University and is co-editor of Essay Press. Her essays have appeared in. No man's land is land that is unoccupied or is under dispute between parties who leave it unoccupied out of fear or uncertainty.
The term was originally used to define a contested territory or a dumping ground for refuse between fiefdoms. In modern times it is commonly associated with World War I to describe the area of land between two enemy trench systems, which neither side wished to cross.
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Set in France during World War l, No Man's Land pulls us into the lives of the young men of the Newfoundland Regiment as they prepare to set out for the trenches and what will come to be known as the Battle of the Somme.
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‘No Man’s Land’: The Name for the Danger Zone in ‘’ Is Almost 1, Years Old William the Conqueror found himself in possession of 12½ acres of it after the Norman invasion of Britain.
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I couldn't quite understand how it was able to this, seeing as I knew the outcome of the Newfoundland Regiment at Beaumont Hamel before I had even begun the book.In No Man's Land, the captain of the flight tells the full story for the first time.
It's a gripping, blow-by-blow account of how, along with his co-pilots, Sullivan relied on his elite military training to land the gravely malfunctioning plane and narrowly avert what could have been a horrific air disaster.The Neutral Ground (also known as the Neutral Strip, the Neutral Territory, and the No Man's Land of Louisiana; sometimes anachronistically referred to as the Sabine Free State) was a disputed area between Spanish Texas and the United States' newly acquired Louisiana officers of Spain and the United States agreed to leave the Neutral Ground temporarily outside the jurisdiction.