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.Stryker is only able to have sex with women whom he can view as sex objects; once a woman is personalized as a ... Ciminoa#39;s film is not any more about Vietnam and the United States as military enemies than Dwana#39;s film was about Japan and the United States. ... Right after this scene Linda goes to Nicka#39;s trailer with her war wounds clearly displayed on her face; Nick demands to know what happened.
|Title||:||Dressing Up for War|
|Author||:||Aránzazu Usandizaga, Andrew Monnickendam|
|Publisher||:||Rodopi - 2001-01-01|