A volume in Hewison's trilogy 'The Arts in Britain Since 1939' along with In Anger - Culture in the Cold War 1945-1960 and Too Much - Art and Society in the Sixties 1960-1975. This volume is now revised with a new introduction. It draws on the rich store of wartime writing and on the memories of survivors to build a remarkable reconstruction of the period. The author examines the very specific set of conditions imposed on artists by war, and describes the difficulties faced by them, both under civilian and military conditions...
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