‘The skeleton is well wrapped in flesh’: The First World War, Corporeality and the Undead in H.D. and Virginia Woolf

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Author(s)Gillis S
Publication type Article
JournalLiterature & History
Year2012
Volume21
Issue1
Pages24-43
ISSN (print)0306-1973
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Focus on Rita Felski's 1995 thesis about the feminisation of modernity as a primary provocation of hyper-masculinism in literary modernism - I interrogate her position through an analysis of several examples of popular and middlebrow texts.
PublisherManchester University Press
URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.7227/L&U38;H.21.1.3
DOI10.7227/L&U38;H.21.1.3
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