His stories? Narratives and images of imperialism

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 1990 Number 12

His stories? Narratives and images of imperialism
Gail Ching-Liang Low, pages -

Abstract

This article draws on Klaus Thewelweit’s Male Fantasies as a source of psychoanalytical insights into the structures of nationalist and military masculinities, though it cautions against the too-easy identification of Thewelweit’s men of the pre-fascist freikorps and the authoritarian and imperialist subjectivities of Victorian men. Rider Haggard and others must be seen as a specific reproduction of the culture of the radical right in Britain at the turn of the century, not as facsimiles of Thewelweit’s later German soldier males.

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Gail Ching-Liang Low (1990) His stories? Narratives and images of imperialism, New Formations, 1990(12), -

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