Writing war : fiction, gender, and memory /
Americans in this century have been largely spared the ravages of war. Though some have fought and died on foreign fronts, few have experienced invasion, occupation, or bombing at home, and so our narratives of war are particularly potent in shaping our imagination, indeed our very memory of war. An...
|Published:||Amherst, Mass. : University of Massachusetts Press, ©1991.|
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