Germany Pale Mother surely contradicts these arguments.
>I have come across Gabriele Weinberger's work, NAZI GERMANY AND ITS
>AFTERMATH IN WOMEN DIRECTOR'S AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL FILMS OF THE LATE
>1970S. She includes some discussion on the immediate blame applied to
>women specifically mothers in post WWII Germany and their "worship of
>the phallus" Hitler.
>I would like a more extensive work to study this
>further and answer questions I have pertaining to film representations
>of motherhood in post WWII Germany. Does anyone on the list have works
>Demetria Rougeaux Shabazz
>University of Alabama, TCF
>Screen-L is sponsored by the Telecommunication & Film Dept., the
>University of Alabama.
C. Kay Weaver.
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