Query from Irene V. Guenther" <BlackHound@compuserve.com> 13 Nov 1997
I am teaching a course on Women, WWII, and the Home Front Experience next
semester. Set up as a comparative course, the class will study women in
Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy, Vichy France, the United States, and the
concentration camps. I have had real difficulty finding good material in
English on women in Italy. I will use a chapter from the DeGrazia book,
but am looking for scholarly essays as well as autobiographical
materials. The other countries are no problem. Any suggestions would be
Also, any _paperback_ titles regarding women in England that are currently available?
Addis, Elisabetta, Valeria E. Russo, Lorena Sebesta, Eds. _Women Soldiers: Images and Realities_(New York, St. Martin's Press, 1994).
Boston, Anne, Ed. _Wave Me Goodbye: Stories of the Second World War_(Viking, 1989)
Braybon, Gail and Penny Summerfield _Out of the Cage_
Coontz, Claudia _Mothers in the Fatherland_
Jameson, Storm _Journey From the North_, end of Vol.1, Vol.11
Miller, Betty _On The Side of Angels_(Fiction, Virago)
Mitchison, Naomi _Among You Taking Notes_
Morante, Elsa _Historia_ (Novel)
Newby, Eric _Love and War [in the Apennines]_
Origo, Iris _War in the Val d'Orcia_(David Godine, Pub.)
Partridge, Frances _A Pacifist's War_
Sheridan, Dorothy _Wartime Women_
Slaughter, Jane _Women and the Italian Resistance, 1943-45_ (Denver, CO., Arden Press, 1997).
Taylor, Elizabeth _At Mrs. Lippincote's_ (Fiction, Virago)
Film: _Two Women_ with Sophia Loren