In this chapter I explore the life histories of three women, and consider the frameworks within which they made sense of their experience of mental illness and the gendered nature of these narratives.
Book TitleGender and Trauma Since 1900
Place of publicationLondon, New York, Dublin
Pagination19p. (p. 221-240)
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