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 - Social Science - 292 pages
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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Contents

How Funny I Must Look with my Breeches Pulled Down to
1
Gender and Genre in H D s War Novel
27
Masculinity and the Pleasures of Violence in H
39
the Hero in Edwardian Popular Fiction
55
Sarah Edmonds Nurse and Spy and the Case
73
Undressing and the Politics of War in Beryl
93
Adelitas Radical Act of CounterWriting
127
Militarism in Early Modern Culture
145
CrossDressing and Militarism in Edmund
157
REDRESSING OLD WOUNDS
173
Migratory Crossings War and Healing
189
Jarrell Moore Bishop
213
Women Veteran Poets
237
Misconstruing the Real War in The Deer Hunter
257
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