Show Less
Restricted access

The Spoils of War

The Bright and Bitter Fruits of Human Conflict


Jürgen Kleist and Bruce A. Butterfield

Contents: Thomas J. Morrissey: The Spoils of War or a Good War Spoiled? Troy from Homer to Euripides - Lauren Kiefer: «A Good War Spoiled,» Part Two: Troy in the Late Middle Ages - Dennis Costanzo: Premonitions of Catastrophe: German Artists and the Great War - Edward Lundergan: The Topography of Golgotha: An Implied Narrative Structure in Britten's War Requiem - James E. Devlin: «War, Rubble, and Homecoming»: Anti-War Short Stories of Heinrich Böll - Andrew Howard: The Implications of Wartime Corporatism for Working Class Internationalism: The World War II Experience of the Congress of Industrial Organizations - Wolfgang Mieder: Raising the Iron Curtain: Proverbs and Political Rhetoric of the Cold War - Daniel J. Gordon: Imagery in Karel Husa's Music for Prague 1968 - Annette Teffeteller: The Glory Myth - Margaret R. LaWare: Forgotten Veterans Reclaim Their Voices: Gender and Identity in the Narrative of Women Vietnam Veterans - Nicholas J. Mammano: Plutonium Dreaming - Anita Rapone and Charles R. Simpson: Rebellion in Chiapas: Ecological Spaces and Cultural Systems in Collision - John L. Yardan: War and the Problem of God and Evil.