Dressing Up for War: Transformations of Gender and Genre in the Discourse and Literature of War

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Aránzazu Usandizaga, Andrew Monnickendam
Rodopi, 2001 - Всего страниц: 292
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From the contents: Laurie KAPLAN: How funny I must look with my breeches pulled down to my knees: nurses' memoirs and autobiographies from the Great war. - Peter BUITENHUIS: The perversion of motherhood: the trope of the son at the front. - Renate PETERS: The metamorphoses of Judith in literature and art: war by other means. - Lorrie GOLDENSOHN: Towards a non-combatant war poetry: Jarrell, Moore, Bishop.

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Gender and Genre in H D s War Novel
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Masculinity and the Pleasures of Violence in H
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the Hero in Edwardian Popular Fiction
55
Sarah Edmonds Nurse and Spy and the Case
73
Undressing and the Politics of War in Beryl
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Adelitas Radical Act of CounterWriting
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Militarism in Early Modern Culture
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REDRESSING OLD WOUNDS
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Migratory Crossings War and Healing
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Jarrell Moore Bishop
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Women Veteran Poets
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Misconstruing the Real War in The Deer Hunter
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