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The German Home and Child as Traumascape: The Problematic Site of the German Child Victim in North American World War II Narratives
While the strategic use of the figure of the child in narratives of German victimization has not gone unnoticed, the use of setting -- an integral part of these narratives of individual and national crisis -- has often ...
Bite Me: Abjection, Eroticism and the Breaking of Skin in True Blood
Through the relationship between vampires and humans on the television show True Blood, the abject image of biting skin and sucking blood becomes highly eroticized and romanticized. True Blood takes the image of the ...