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Frank Honywood, Private: A Personal Record of the 1914-1918 War. Melbourne University Press 1987. Sergeant Lawrence Goes to France

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Partridge's memoirs of the war years were later published as Frank Honeywood, Private: A Personal Record of the 1914–1918 War (1929) and included together with those of R. H. Mottram and John Easton in Three Men's War: The Personal Records of Active Service (1930). Partridge returned to the University of Queensland in 1919 and completed his degree in 1921.

His writing career was interrupted only by his service in the Army Education Corps and the RAF correspondence department during World War II. Partridge was born in the Waimata Valley, near Gisborne, on the North Island of New Zealand to John Thomas Partridge, a grazier, and his wife Ethel Annabella Norris.

Geoffrey Serle, in Eric Partridge, Frank Honywood, Private: A Personal Record of the 1914–1918 War (melbourne .

Geoffrey Serle, in Eric Partridge, Frank Honywood, Private: A Personal Record of the 1914–1918 War (melbourne: melbourne university Press, 1987), 6. s concerns about reading his father's letters Somewhere in France: The Collected Letters of Lewis Windermere Nott. Focusing on a book of recipes and a miniature artists' book from the Terezín and Vapniarka concentration camps, this essay argues that such material remnants can serve as testimonial objects that carry memory traces from the past and embody the process of its transmission.

Eric Honeywood Partridge (1894-1979), lexicographer, writer and soldier, was born on 6 February 1894 in the Waimata . He eventually himself published 'Frank Honywood, Private', as part of Three Personal Records of the War (London, 1929), which ranks as a minor classic of war literature.

Eric Honeywood Partridge (1894-1979), lexicographer, writer and soldier, was born on 6 February 1894 in the Waimata valley, near Gisborne, New Zealand, eldest of four sons of John Thomas Partridge, sheepfarmer, and his wife Ethel Annabella, née Norris. Eric's father introduced him when 7 to the use of a dictionary and encouraged him to write stories. In 1907 the family moved to a wheat-farm on the Darling Downs, Queensland, and Eric attended Toowoomba Grammar School in 1907-10.

He eventually himself published 'Frank Honywood, Private', as part of Three Personal Records of the War (London, 1929), which ranks as a minor classic of war literature.

From the Australian Dictionary of Biography entry: He eventually himself published 'Frank Honywood, Private', as part of Three Personal Records of the War (London, 1929), which ranks as a minor classic of war literature. He was concerned to commemorate his mate Corporal Howard Phillips who had died at Mont St Quentin, to attempt to describe the terrible battle of Pozières, to expose himself as an example of a soldier broken but somehow carrying on under appalling stress, and to write the war out of his system.


Frank Honywood, Private: A Personal Record of the 1914-1918 War download epub
Humanities
Author: Eric Partridge
ISBN: 0522843409
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Melbourne Univ Pr; New edition edition (May 1, 1987)
Pages: 146 pages