This GCSE Student Guide to R.C. Sheriff's 1928 play Journey's End unpacks the play's context, themes, style, structure and language, considering the impact it had at the time and exploring the play's legacy in a format that is ideal for the GCSE student reader.
Andrew Maunder is Reader in Victorian Studies at the University of Hertfordshire. He is the author of biographies of Bram Stoker, Wilkie Collins (with Graham Law) and British Theatre and the Great War. He is the editor of the Pickering and Chatto anthologies Varieties of Women's Sensation Fiction and British Literature of World War I. He runs the World War I Theatre Project, which revives plays of 1914-1919 for modern audiences.