Examines an important figure of Italian fascist propaganda called the donna-crisi, or “crisis-woman,” as she is represented in several of Italy’s most widely-read satirical gazettes. The central argument is that these texts that shed significant light on how the crisis-woman functioned as an instrument of propaganda.
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