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By K. Kippola

Exploring the functionality of masculinity off and on the nineteenth-century American level, this ebook seems to be on the shift from the passionate muscularity to highbrow restraint as now not a linear trip towards nationwide refinement; but a multitude of masculinities scuffling with concurrently for dominance and recognition.

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