I was wondering if anyone could direct me to some of the WWI writings of Stephen Graham. I did a quick Google search, and I couldn’t quite get anything that I wanted. I’m looking manuscripts of his work (articles and stuff).
For the unenlightened, Stephen Graham was a British journalist who passionatly wrote about the aftermath of World War I. I really can’t give you any titles or anything because I don’t really know much about him, so it’s hard for me to find anything specific. Any help is appreciated. It’s not homework either, so that’s why this isn’t there.
\In*clined", p. p. & a. 1. Having a leaning or tendency towards, or away from, a thing; disposed or moved by wish, desire, or judgment; as, a man inclined to virtue. ``Each pensively inclined.’’ --Cowper.
(Math.) Making an angle with some line or plane; – said of a line or plane.
(Bot.) Bent out of a perpendicular position, or into a curve with the convex side uppermost.
Inclined plane. (Mech.) (a) A plane that makes an oblique angle with the plane of the horizon; a sloping plane. When used to produce pressure, or as a means of moving bodies, it is one of the mechanical powers, so called. (b) (Railroad & Canal) An inclined portion of track, on which trains or boats are raised or lowered from one level to another.
EDIT: Just trying to help.
Then don’t correct my word usage and help me find what I’m looking for.