This working group discusses research on cultural and material production by people who experienced different forms of detention during modern military conflicts. It focuses on life writing, literary and poetry works, photography and visual artworks by civilian internees, prisoners of war and refugees between 1940 and the present.
Wodehouse’s Money in the Bank
Hi all — here is my contribution to the working group — about PG Wodehouse’s wartime novel Money in the Bank, which was written when he was in German captivity. The enclosed piece is running at around 6,000 words, so a bit over, apologies (you won’t need to read all the references and footnotes, though). Looking forward to our discussions!