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Dressing up for War:
Transformations of Gender and Genre in the Discourse and Literature of War.
USANDIZAGA, Aránzazu and Andrew MONNICKENDAM (Eds.)
Amsterdam/New York, NY, 2001, XIX, 292 pp.
Hb: 978-90-420-1367-4 / 90-420-1367-2
€ 70 / US$ 98
Pb: 978-90-420--5 / 90-420-1357-5
€ 30 / US$ 42

Series:
Rodopi Perspectives on Modern Literature
 24


Acknowledgments
I. 1914-1918 THE WAR TO CHANGE ALL WORDS
1. Laurie KAPLAN: “How Funny I Must Look with my Breeches Pulled Down to my Knees”: Nurses’ Memoirs and Autobiographies from The Great War
2. Peter BUITENHUIS: The Perversion of Motherhood: the Trope of the Son at the Front
3. Caroline ZILBOORG: The Center of the Cyclone: Gender and Genre in H.D.’s War Novel
4. María ÁNGELES TODA: Deadly Marriages: Masculinity and the Pleasures of Violence in H.R. Haggard’s Romances of Adventures
5. António LOPES: (Un)masking the Self: the Hero in Edwardian Popular Fiction
II. DRESS REHEARSALS: EARLIER PERFORMANCES AND SCENARIOS
6. Jane E. SCHULTZ: Performing Genres: Sarah Edmonds’ Nurse and Spy and the Case of the Cross-Dressed Text
7. Ana María SÁNCHEZ-ARCE: The Prop They Need: Undressing and the Politics of War in Beryl Bainbridge’s Master Georgie
8. Renate PETERS: The Metamorphoses of Judith in Literature and Art: War by Other Means
9. Tabea Alexa LINHARD: Adelita’s Radical Act of Counter-Writing
10. Simon BARKER: Dressing up for War: Militarism in Early Modern Culture
11. Joan CURBET: Repressing the Amazon: Cross-Dressing and Militarism in Edmund Spenser’s The Faerie Queene
III. MODERN TIMES: REDRESSING OLD WOUNDS
12. Jenny HARTLEY: Warriors and Healers, Impostors and Mothers: Betty Miller’s On the Side of the Angels
13. Maria Antònio OLIVER: “Sangre Fértil”/Fertile Blood: Migratory Crossings, War and Healing in Gloria Anzaldúa’s Borderlands/La Frontera
14. Lorrie GOLDENSOHN: Towards a Non-Combatant War Poetry: Jarrell, Moore, Bishop
15. Simon PHILO: Breaking the Silence, Crossing the Line: Women Veteran Poets of the Vietnam War
16. Kathleen BRADY, John BRIGGS, Edward A. HAGAN: The Enemy is ‘Us’: Misconstruing the Real war in The Deer Hunter and Other Post-Vietnam War Narratives
17. Claire TYLEE: “Name upon Name”: Myth, Ritual and the Past in Recent Irish Plays Referring to the Great War
Notes on Contributors



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