Fear, Pain, and the Representation of Women’s Wartime Trauma | Curio
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Fear, Pain, and the Representation of Women’s Wartime Trauma

11 mins | Jul 30, 2018
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Bridget Keown writes in The New Inquiry about how the representation of women during The First World War, as gendered bodies within a strictly controlled patriarchy, affected how their trauma was heard and respected.
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