The reconstruction of masculinity at the liberation


Kelly, Michael (1995) The reconstruction of masculinity at the liberation. In, Kedward, Harry R. and Wood, Nancy (eds.) The Liberation of France: Image and Event. Oxford, UK; Washington, USA, Berg, 117-128. (Berg French Studies).

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Contents: H.R. Kedward, Introduction 'Ici commence la France libre...' - Part I: Resistance Narratives - M. O'Shaughnessy, La Bataille du Rail: Unconventional Form, Conventional Image? - J.C. Simmonds, Immigrant Fighters for the Liberation of France: Carmagnole-Liberté in Lyon - S. Kitson, The Parisian in the Liberation of Paris - J. Proud, Plus ça change ...?: Propaganda Fiction for Children - Part II: Gender - K. Adler, No Words to Say It?: Women's Expectation of Liberation - H. Diamond, Women's Aspirations 1943-47: Women, Cinema and [the] Liberation - C. Tarr, 'Now You Don't': Women, Cinema and (the) Liberation - M. Kelly, The Reconstruction of Masculinity at the Liberation - H. Footitt, The First Women Députés: Les 33 Glorieuses? - C. Gorrara, Reviewing Gender and the Resistance: The Case of Lucie Aubrac - C. Laurens, La Femme au Turban: Les Femmes Tondues - Part III: Epuration - M. Cornick, From Resister to Knight of the Round Table: Jean Paulhan and the Liberation - N. Atkin, France's Little Nuremberg: The Trial of Otto Abetz - N. Ingram, Pacifism and the Liberation - Part IV: Outre-Mer - R. Burton, Nos Journées de Juin: The Liberation of Martinique - T. Chafer, The Liberation in Afrique Occidentale - M. Evans, Algeria and the Liberation: Hope and Betrayal - P. Dine, The Inescapable Allusion: The Occupation and the Resistance in French Film and Fiction of the Algerian War - Part V: The Contested and Ambiguous Image - N. Hewitt, The Literature of the Right and the Liberation: The Case of the 'Hussards' - J. Sturdee, Through Children's Eyes: Caen - Occupation and Liberation - N. Wood, Memory by Analogy: Hiroshima Mon Amour - W. Kidd, Liberation in Novels of May '68: The Intertextual Image - J. Flower, Reflections on Life, Death and History: Jeanne Champion's Le Bunker - G. Vincendeau, Uranus: The History of Mediocrity

Item Type: Book Section
ISBNs: 1859730876 (paperback)
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Subjects: H Social Sciences > HQ The family. Marriage. Woman
P Language and Literature
D History General and Old World > DC France
Divisions: University Structure - Pre August 2011 > School of Humanities > Modern Languages
ePrint ID: 45264
Date Deposited: 19 Apr 2007
Last Modified: 27 Mar 2014 18:29
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/45264

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