New PDF release: Across the Great Divide: Cultures of Manhood in the American

By Matthew Basso,Laura McCall,Dee Garceau

ISBN-10: 0415924707

ISBN-13: 9780415924702

ISBN-10: 0415924715

ISBN-13: 9780415924719

In Across the good Divide, a few of our best historians glance to either the heritage of masculinity within the West and to the ways in which this adventure has been represented in videos, well known track, dimestore novels, and folklore.

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