[...] her primary target is the presumed relationship between "masculinity and power in conventional adventure" (6). Part one ("Violent Constructions") begins in its fi rst chapter with the analysis of popular writer and war correspondent, Richard Harding Davis, which links the success of men with their ability to engage in "constructive" violence-constructive, inasmuch as they promote imperialistic economic agendas.
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