Memoirs of George Sherston, The

Memoirs of George Sherston, The

fictional autobiography of a poet as country gentleman, soldier, and pacifist. [Br. Lit.: Magill I, 575, 579]
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Mind and memory, present and past, and the physical topography of the landscape of the Western front are all conflated and fused into one haunting "deathly map." The result of this topographical impasse is predictable: he must "go over that ground again." In 1938, one year after the publication of The Complete Memoirs of George Sherston, the mapping process started all over again.