Paul Fussell served with the 103rd Infantry Division in France and Germany, winning the Bronze Star and the Purple Heart. Afterwards he attended Harvard and went to become Professor of English Literature at Rutgers University and then the University of Pennsylvania. Paul Fussell's ealry career was fired by a passion for eighteenth-century literature. His later career has been devoted to twentieth-century social and cultural history, the subject of the books that made him famous: THE GREAT WAR AND MODERN MEMORY, DOING BATTLE: THE MAKING OF A SCEPTIC, ABROAD: BRITISH LITERARY TRAVEL BETWEEN THE WARS and THE DUMBING OF AMERICA.
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